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Families, Advocates Plead With Workgroup To Repeal Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights

“I am the sister of Emanuel Oates, who was killed by the Baltimore County Police on February 19, 2019.” -- Shamaiah Oates“I am the...

Local Officials Urge Fewer Neighborhood Poll Sites, More Area Poll Sites, More Mail-In Voting

Election officials from around Maryland urged the State Board of Elections to reduce the number of voting locations because they do not expect to...

Md. to Receive $1M From DOJ to Combat Human Trafficking

Maryland will be awarded nearly $1 million in federal funds to assist victims of human trafficking with finding safe housing, employment and counseling services.The...

Deaf Advocates Sue Trump Administration for Failing to Provide Interpreter

A Maryland-based non-profit that represents hearing-impaired Americans sued the Trump administration on Monday over its failure to provide a sign-language interpreter at its COVID-19...
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Opinion: Maryland Needs to Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Eleven states plus Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational marijuana. Three of those 11 states are in the Northeast -- Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine. The...

‘14,000 Attempts.’ Balky Technology, Expiring Benefits Worry Unemployed Workers, State Leaders

Congress is continuing to squabble over whether to extend a federal supplement to unemployment insurance and if it does, by how much.But as members...

Glenn Sentenced to Two Years for Accepting Bribes

Former state Del. Cheryl D. Glenn and her lawyer told a U.S. District Court judge on Wednesday that she accepted bribes from two businessmen...

House Police Accountability Workgroup to Hold Public Hearing

The House Workgroup to Address Police Reform and Accountability in Maryland will hold a public hearing next week to discuss police misconduct investigations, the...

Senate GOP Condemns Baltimore FOP Vandals, Expresses Disappointment in City Leaders

Maryland's Senate Republican Caucus Tuesday condemned actions of Baltimore City protesters who vandalized the city’s Fraternal Order of the Police Lodge over the weekend.“While...

Opinion: So-Called Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights Cannot Exist

You will never see a fish riding a bicycle, or a gentle extermination camp. And you will never see “a bill of rights for...