Updates on Iowa, Democratic Economic Agenda, and Governor Hogan's State of the State

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It's been a busy week in Maryland (and national) politics! Here is D30's quick recap of the top three issues of the week:

1) Monday's Iowa Caucus - Results & Reverberations

Caucus results from the Washington Post:
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Since the Monday, former Governor Martin O'Malley, Senator Lindsey Graham, and Senator Rand Paul have suspended their presidential campaigns. The New Hampshire primary will be held on February 9th.

Read more in the Post's coverage: Iowa caucus: Cruz tops Trump, while Clinton and Sanders are in virtual tie.

2) Maryland Democratic Leadership Introduces Introduces Middle-Class Economic Agenda

Joined by legislators and advocates, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., and House Speaker Michael E. Busch today announced legislation to support the middle-class by focusing on College Affordability, Pay Equity, and Retirement Security.
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You can read the entire plan here.

3. Maryland Democratic Party's Response to Governor Hogan's State of the State

Governor Hogan delivered his annual State of the State address this morning. From the Maryland Democratic Party:

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