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Parrott and Trone

State delegate seeks law forcing congressional candidates to live in their district

Parrott running for seat held by Trone, who lives outside District 6, as Constitution allows

270-resized

Legislators tangle with lobbyist over bills on 495/270 widening plan

Barve poised to move legislation out of committee as session enters final weeks

Montgomery County school board forums stack up as primary nears

At-large has 13 candidates; three in race for District 4

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Split County Council votes to oppose property, income tax hike bills in Annapolis

Council members say legislation would harm businesses

Council resized

Montgomery council sponsors resolution favoring D.C. statehood

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser asked for support

morning-notes

Perez does not plan to resign as DNC chair

Plus: Deaf basketball player doing well for Rockville High; Novavax working on a coronavirus vaccine

small cell antenna

Proposal to allow 5G antennas deferred until June

Riemer will first address other council members’ concerns

Delaney

Updated: John Delaney announces end to presidential campaign

Potomac resident entered race in July 2017

Pride flag

Political Notes: Glass donates Pride flag to Montgomery County Historical Society

Plus: Trump re-election chairs named in Montgomery County; Navarro inducted into Montgomery County Women’s History Archives

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Our Lady of Good Counsel High School

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The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine

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Johnson's Florist and Garden Centers

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