Maryland Senate Republican Leadership Calls On President Ferguson To Apologize For "Public Shaming" Of Dr. Robert Redfield

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Republican leaders in the Maryland Senate Tuesday called on Senate President Bill Ferguson to formally apologize to Dr. Robert Redfield, senior public health adviser to Governor Larry Hogan, for what they called "disparaging comments" made to Redfield after he said he believes the coronavirus "escaped" from a lab in Wuhan.

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