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Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It's 10 22 in Maryland's controller was prepared to block proposed budget cuts. As the board of Public Works is sitting down to deal with some of its hard choices. Governor Larry Hogan has made it clear the Corona virus pandemic is hitting state revenues hard. He's outlined in more than $1.4 billion in proposed cuts for the Board of Public Works meeting. He's laid out cuts of $672 million but Comptroller Peter Franchot and Treasure Nancy Cop both of whom sit on the board with Hogan have already indicated they will vote to block some of those cuts. Franchot was made public his plan to head off the elimination Of state employee pay raises and cuts to several school initiatives. Maryland will get a clearer look at how bad the revenue picture is. After the July 15th tax filing deadline. Kate Ryan W T. Oki News There is still no consensus on how to hold the November election in Maryland. A five member state elections board met virtually last night with the three Republican members wanting all voters to be sent applications for mail in ballots while still offering extensive in person sites. They say that'll cut down on possible voter fraud. But the two Democratic members favor holding another mostly male in election with every voter receiving an absentee ballot. And including early voting. The discrepancy means the board will issue a report to the governor later this week. That makes no recommendation. The governor makes the final decision. President Trump is falling further behind Joe Biden in the race for the White House, according to a new Yusa Today. Suffolk poll. Opposition to President Trump is the biggest factor propelling support for Joe Biden, including among those who are lukewarm to the presumptive Democratic nominee. Biden leads Trump by 12% points, 53 to 41%. But Mr Trump continues to hold a significant edge when it comes to enthusiasm among his supporters, which is an important factor in turning out voters. A poll of 1000 registered voters has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1% points. Well, coming up here on W T o p Wall Street moves a little higher. Employers are starting to push back those backto office plans. I'm Jeff label, and Jeff is next 10 24. Your home is your castle, Your refuge,.