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Fate Of School Board Bill Hangs On One Vote

House of Delegates could take up a final vote on an amended bill as early as Friday.

The fate of a bill that creates a partially-elected school board in Baltimore County hangs on one vote that could come as early as Friday.

Members of the county House delegation met Thursday afternoon moments after the full Senate approved an amended version of the bill that already passed the full House.

The delegation voted 13-6 to concur with Senate amendments that changed the House bill from a fully-elected school board to a board with six elected and five appointed members.

Josephine Hlatki April 05, 2012 at 07:27 PM
OK, who's the holdout?
Karl April 06, 2012 at 12:04 AM
Who are the six Baltimore County Delegates who voted against a hybrid school board?
Glen April 06, 2012 at 01:32 PM
According to reports from Annapolis: The Baltimore County Delegates who did not vote for the hybrid school board bill in Thursday's delegation meeting are: Bromwell, DeBoy, Malone, Nathan-Pulliam, Jones, and Burns. Del. McDonough was not present and Del. Olszewski did not vote (that is very common for delegation chairs unless there is a tie or failure to vote would mean there us less than a quorum).

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