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Thurgood Marshall

With high-ranking state officials moving on and a new generation of leaders coming in, it’s one of the telltale signs of the peaceful transfer of power.

In the dim days of early 1963, still weeks before the Maryland General Assembly would defeat a proposed public accommodations law, and months before…

President Trump said Tuesday he will announce his Supreme Court nominee on Saturday, after funeral services are held for the late Associate Justice Ruth…

The U.S. House voted Wednesday evening to remove the bust of the late Supreme Court chief justice Roger B. Taney from the U.S. Capitol…

Dred Scott

Nearly the entire Maryland congressional delegation is pushing to remove a marble bust of one of the state’s most infamous residents – the late…

The former Maryland State Law Library will hold a ceremony later this month to celebrate its new name: the Maryland Thurgood Marshall State Law…