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Bill would give preference to Maryland graduates applying for state jobs

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ANNAPOLIS - A Maryland Senate panel on Thursday considered a bill that would give hiring preference to graduates of state schools who apply for jobs with the state government. The measure would give applicants who attended a Maryland higher-education institution an extra point on a selection test under the State Personnel Management System. Sponsor Sen. Lisa Gladden, D-Baltimore, said that...

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