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Political Shift Underway in Annapolis

The Maryland General Assembly begins its 90-day session tomorrow, but Annapolis is already buzzing with activity.

New elected officials in Maryland

When all 188 lawmakers return on Wednesday, the political landscape will be undergoing a generation shift with a new Governor, Lt. Governor, Comptroller and Attorney General.

Anthony Brown was sworn-in last week as Attorney General. Up next is Comptroller-elect Brooke Lierman on January 16, with Governor-elect Wes Moore and Lt. Governor-elect Aruna Miller taking the oath of office January 18.

Moore will be getting to work right away; his administration’s proposed budget must be submitted to the General Assembly just two days after taking office.

For the first time in three years, lawmakers will return to pre-pandemic procedures, with most legislative meetings and sessions held in person.

The Association will be in Annapolis on opening day and looks forward to a productive session. 

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