ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The leaders of the Maryland General Assembly say they don’t plan to hold a special session this year.
When the General Assembly adjourned three weeks early due to the pandemic in March, leadership announced plans for a special session in May, but plans were canceled as cases of coronavirus increased. As the summer wore on with no public discussion of a new date, a special session looked increasingly unlikely.
The legislature is scheduled to convene in January for its regular 90-day session.
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