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Central Committee Meeting

The next Calvert County Republican Central Committee meeting is on Wed., Jan 3rd, 7 PM.

All Republicans are Welcome!

Calvert County Republican Party Headquarters
424 Solomons Island Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Campaign School


Host:  Maryland Republican Party

Instructor:  State Senator Justin Ready

Location:  CCRCC HQ - 424 Solomons Island Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Date: Saturday, January 27, 2018

Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Doors open and coffee and pastries beginning at 8:30 a.m.)

Cost:  FREE (bring your own bag lunch) 

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Governor Hogan Introduces Paid Leave Compromise Proposal

Press Release from the Office of Governor Larry Hogan

November 28, 2017

Will File Paid Leave Compromise Act of 2018 as Emergency Legislation, Invites Legislature to Engage in Open, Honest Dialogue on Paid Leave Policy

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today announced a compromise proposal to provide paid leave benefits to Marylanders while fixing the most problematic elements of the deeply flawed bill passed by the Maryland General Assembly, and subsequently vetoed by the governor, during the past legislative session.

Again inviting legislators to work with the administration to reach a common sense solution for Maryland workers and small business job creators, the governor unveiled the administration’s Paid Leave Compromise Act of 2018, which will be filed as emergency legislation and be ready on the first day of the upcoming legislative session.

In December of 2016, Governor Hogan became the first Republican governor in the nation to introduce a statewide measure to expand paid leave. The governor’s proposal would have required larger businesses to provide paid leave, incentivized small businesses to offer this benefit by providing tax incentives to help offset the costs, and had the potential to cover 100% of Maryland workers. The legislature failed to take any action on the governor’s proposal, and instead passed the confusing, unwieldy, and unfair House Bill 1 (HB1). Due to HB1’s disastrous impact on the state’s economy and troubling unintended consequences for Maryland workers, Governor Hogan vetoed the legislation in May.


Click here to read the full release.