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Maryland PIRG

Maryland PIRG

Passing the Taylor Act was a strong start to address the problem of PFAS, but MDE needs to take bolder action to stop the contamination from these toxic substances.

Special Elections

Policies such as special elections, public financing and ranked-choice voting are effective in building a representative democracy.

Fix It

Marylanders have the right to repair not just their iPhones and other electronics, but anything they buy and own. A new state law can make that happen.

Legislative Transparency

At the end of May, Gov. Larry Hogan issued his last round of legislative decisions, vetoing more than 20 bills in total and letting…

Vote by Mail

Like everything else in 2020, our elections had to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure people could safely vote. The pandemic has laid…

Democracy

The Maryland General Assembly will soon convene in Annapolis for its annual 90-day session. While this will be the state’s 442nd legislative session, business…

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Preliminary election results showed that more than 55% of voters signed off on creating an election fund that would match small donations for local…

With less than a week until early voting begins in Maryland, voting rights advocates say they’ll be keeping an eye out for voter confusion…

More than five dozen advocacy groups are calling on Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R), Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg Slater and Maryland Transit Administrator…

Election

The Maryland State Board of Elections won’t recommend an entirely in-person general election in November, but is divided along party lines on whether to…