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P.G. lawmakers want to crack down on county contractors

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Prince George's County is looking to close a local hiring loophole to strengthen last year's rules for those looking to do business with the county. If the measure passes in Tuesday's County Council meeting, companies with a county contract will have to submit an explanation whenever they cut a county-based subcontractor. Councilman Mel Franklin, D-Upper Marlboro, who proposed the measure, said...

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