On today's #DMVDailyDose, we uncover Michael Bloomberg's latest mayoral choice to join the long list of national political co-chairs. We also look into a Maryland Matters article regarding Governor Larry Hogan's press conference yesterday blasting Democrats for not acting on three of his anti-violence bills which he says his political suicide. A Baltimore Sun article also reports on that press conference, where the Governor blasts Democrats for a proposed sales tax proposal that he says will happen "over his dead body". And Talia Richman reports on the city's Children and Youth fund that seems to not be able to get the disbursements of taxpayer dollars adequately flowing to the organizations that it's intended to go to. All that and more found only at: www.dmvdaily.news/dmvdailydose 

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DMVDailyDose - Thursday, February 20, 2020

February 20, 2020

On today's #DMVDailyDose, we look into the 12-game winning streak by the Lady Terps basketball squad, who defeated Wisconsin last night to stay atop of the Big Ten standings. We also take a look at last night's Democratic Presidential Debate, and the beating billionaire Mike Bloomberg took from two candidates in particular who took shots at the former NYC Mayor. The Baltimore Brew is reporting on DMVDaily's President's Day Mayoral Debate, and the candidates who want Comptroller Joan Pratt to resign, while Maryland Matters is reporting on a proposed sale's tax bill to cover the costs of the Kirwan Commission recommendations as well as a bill to stop "lunch shaming" practices happening across the state by school officials. All that and more found only at: www.dmvdaily.news/dmvdailydose 

DMVDailyDose - Wednesday, February 19, 2020

February 19, 2020

On today's #DMVDailyDose we look into last night's Terps victory over visiting Northwestern as Jalen Smith had a monster game leading the #7 ranked mens basketball squad to its ninth straight win. Maryland Matters is reporting on Republican Governor Larry Hogan's recent appointment of the state's first Inspector General of Education, while Delegate Sid Saab (R-33) introduces HB535 which proposes that the state spend $300K for a pilot program to establish preventative measure units in three Anne Arundel County elementary and middle schools that has some education and civil rights advocates up in arms about. The Baltimore Sun is reporting on Delegate Stephanie Smith's (D-45) bill similar to the Crown Act that is now law in California, New York and New Jersey that looks to expand the definition of race to include hair texture and protective styles while Delegate Brooke Lierman (D-46) seeks to ban plastic bags across the state of Maryland. All that and more found only at: www.dmvdaily.news/dmvdailydose 

DMVDailyDose - Tuesday, February 18, 2020

February 18, 2020

On today's #DMVDailyDose, we look at the MD Terps men's basketball team's rise in the AP Top 25 poll after a come-from-behind victory over Michigan State on Saturday. We also showcase the @ValueMyVote2020 President's Day Mayoral Debate that went down last night, the highlights that came from that live-streamed event and where you can watch it in its entirety. We also look into the calls for Comptroller Joan Pratt to step down after information was revealed about a $200K money laundering scheme at a boutique she owned with former disgraced Mayor Catherine Pugh, along with a Maryland Matters article regarding the Kirwan Commission rally and hearing from yesterday in Annapolis and a Baltimore Brew regarding a drug treatment facility that is gaining the ire of one East Baltimore community. Phil Davis from the Baltimore Sun reports on the shootings and homicides that took place over the holiday weekend, and we report on the number of homicides 49-days into the New Year. All that and more found only at: www.dmvdaily.news/dmvdailydose 

DMVDailyDose - Friday, February 14, 2020

February 14, 2020

On today's special Valentine's Day edition of the #DMVDailyDose, we look into the Lady Terps demolishing of the Iowa Hawkeyes last night, extending their winning streak and taking over sole ownership of first place in the Big Ten along with the men's squad. We also delve into the complex and shocking federal case against disgraced former mayor Catherine Pugh after a Baltimore Sun article reveals discovery documents that show her lying to federal agents and getting caught over and over again. We also take a look into two Maryland Matters articles highlighting the dispute between surrounding jurisdictions across Maryland as it relates to the Kirwan Commission financial recommendations and dispursements, as one locality held a secret "caucus" meeting that excluded the press and the public to air out their differences according to one article. All that and more found only at: www.dmvdaily.news/dmvdailydose 

DMVDailyDose - Thursday, February 13, 2020

February 13, 2020

On today's #DMVDailyDose, we look into a Baltimore Sun article regarding two law enforcement officers shot yesterday in NE Baltimore as they tried apprehending a fugitive with a US Marshal Task Force, who was a former correctional officer; while the Capital Gazette reports on two correctional officers, six inmates and seven outsiders who were charged federally this week for smuggling contraband into the facility in exchange for cash and sex. The Baltimore Brew is reporting on a proposed 79-car parking lot slated for Druid Hill Park that has community leaders outraged, including Councilman Ryan Dorsey and Greater Remington Approvement Association President K.C. Kelleher. Maryland Matters reports on allegations of fraud and abuse of hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants made to groups from the Opiod Operation in Maryland while also reporting on legislation trying to ensure former felons are given access to absentee ballots, being pushed by activist Nicole Hanson-Mundell and Out for Justice members. All this and more found only at: www.dmvdaily.news/dmvdailydose