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Opinion: Why Police Unions Are Not Part of the American Labor Movement

In the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, news reports have suggested that police unions bear some of...

Ex-Hogan Aide Fired for Backing Teen Kenosha Shooter Threatens Legal Action

A former member of the Hogan administration who was fired over the weekend for posting statements and memes on social media that sympathized with...

Hogan Administration Official Praises Teen Kenosha Shooter on Social Media, Loses Job

A member of the Hogan administration who had been posting statements, photos and memes on social media that appear to applaud the 17-year-old vigilante...

Md. Court of Appeals Releases Bar Exam Directives

After months of delay, the Maryland Court of Appeals released twin administrative orders Friday afternoon directing that applicants for the Maryland Bar may either...

‘You Just Have to Act’: Thousands Outraged by Police Brutality Rally at Lincoln Memorial

On the 57th anniversary of the original March on Washington and in the throes of a pandemic, thousands of demonstrators on Friday joined Democratic...

Lawmakers Ask: Is Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights Necessary?

Legislators pushed back Thursday as Maryland law enforcement representatives steadfastly defended the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights.“I hope that your group hasn't completely...

University System Examines Its Own Role in Perpetuating Structural Racism 

After a summer of national reckoning on racial injustice, the University System of Maryland is taking proactive steps to examine structural racism that may...

Attorney for Police Unions Slams Baltimore Commissioner Over Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights

An attorney for over 50 Maryland police unions slammed Baltimore City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Monday for seeking too much power in police officer...

Howard Co. Government Seeking to Hire a Diversity Officer

Howard County is hiring a diversity, equity and inclusion manager to bridge racial disparities that officials say still exist in the county. County Executive Calvin...
Voter Rights

Opinion: Maryland Blocks Its Most Marginalized Citizens From Voting

Since its emergence earlier this year, COVID-19 has impacted every aspect of life, and the 2020 elections are no exception. Maryland’s primary elections were...