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Baltimore votes for term limits, control of city's police department

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Question K creates term limits for the mayor, comptroller, city council president, and council members. Question H brings Baltimore City Police back under "local control" Term limits go into effect in 2024, so the soonest an elected official would leave office due to the new law is 2032.
Published 3 months ago · Baltimore, United States

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