BC-MD--Greater Mid-Atlantic News Advisory 8:30 am, MD
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TODAY’S TOP STORIES
_ VOTER ID _ The North Carolina House is moving quickly on retooling recently developed rules to determine which student or employee identification cards are reliable for use as voter IDs starting next year.
_ RESERVISTS JOB COMPLAINT _ A complaint filed against educators in North Carolina seeks to have an Army reservist reinstated to a job comparable to one he held prior to going on active duty.
_ ENGINEERING GIRLS _ Students and faculty from four North Carolina counties are participating in the annual “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” being held in Raleigh.
_ CLEAN ENERGY PLAN _ North Carolina’s energy agency wants to hear from the public as it tries to plot plans to expand the use of clean-energy technologies, energy efficiency and clean transportation methods.
_ POLICE CUSTODY DEATH _ The city of Greensboro, North Carolina, some of its police officers and several others are being sued by the parents of a black man who was hogtied and died in police custody last year.
_ SCHOOL COSTS STUDY _ Education officials in Richmond, Virginia, want outside experts to review school construction costs after the bill for replacing three schools came in $30 million more than expected.
_ GOLD STAR FATHER-GRADUATION _ The Muslim gold star father who spoke out against then-presidential candidate Donald Trump will be the featured speaker at a Virginia college’s graduation.
_ OFFICER CURSES CHILDREN: The interim police chief of Richmond, Virginia, says one of his officers will be disciplined for telling a group of middle schoolers “wait until your asses turn 18, then you’re mine.”
_ MARYLAND-JONES RUNNING FOR SPEAKER _ Maryland’s Speaker Pro Tem says she is running to be the next leader of Maryland’s House of Delegates.
_ FEDERAL EDUCATION FUNDING _ Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen is scheduled to join Nevada Rep. Susie Lee to call for passage of a bill to promote public education funding.
_ BALTIMORE-MAYORAL CANDIDACY _ An ex-Maryland deputy attorney general says he’s running for Baltimore’s highest office as first-term Mayor Catherine Pugh is embroiled in a political scandal.
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