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62 Percent Of Marylanders Polled Support Assisted Suicide Bill

62 Percent Of Marylanders Polled Support Assisted Suicide Bill

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland End of Life Option Act was once again drawing attention in Annapolis, with those for and against it lining up to testify in a Senate committee hearing Tuesday. End of Life Option supporters and opponents have made several trips to Annapolis this session and this was no exception.   READ THE…Read More

Maryland Lawmakers to Study Legalizing Recreational Marijuana in 2020 With State Law or By Referendum

Maryland Lawmakers to Study Legalizing Recreational Marijuana in 2020 With State Law or By Referendum

Leaders of Maryland’s General Assembly created a work group Tuesday to study legalizing recreational use of marijuana — a signal the legislature won’t pass legislation this year on the issue. The bipartisan group will make recommendations at the end of December that could be used to develop bills for the 2020 legislative session.   https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/politics/bs-md-marijuna-study-20190219-story.htmlRead More

Study: Baltimore is Worst of the Worst Among Drivers in Rain and Snow

Study: Baltimore is Worst of the Worst Among Drivers in Rain and Snow

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia motorists are known for questionable driving in good weather. But a recent study says they rank among the worst drivers in rain and snow. Baltimore is ranked last.   https://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/studymaryland-dc-virginia-rank-among-worst-drivers-in-rain-and-snowRead More

The Cost of Protecting Witnesses in Baltimore

The Cost of Protecting Witnesses in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WBFF) – Prosecutors dismiss hundreds of cases every year because victims and witnesses of crime won’t help them. Millions of dollars are pouring into the prosecutor’s office to change that.   https://foxbaltimore.com/features/operation-crime-justice/the-cost-of-protecting-witnesses-in-baltimoreRead More

Project Baltimore Questions County Schools Super After Nearly Two Years of Silence

Project Baltimore Questions County Schools Super After Nearly Two Years of Silence

Baltimore County Public Schools gets nearly $1.8 billion a year in taxpayer money. But the person who has been in charge of Maryland’s third largest school system, for nearly two years, has refused to speak with Project Baltimore about important issues affecting parents, students and taxpayers. But that all changed, after Project Baltimore approached her…Read More

WINTER STORM WARNING| Up to 8 Inches Possible in Some Areas

WINTER STORM WARNING| Up to 8 Inches Possible in Some Areas

BALTIMORE (WBFF)– A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the entire area, except the eastern shore which is under a winter storm watch, from 1 am Tuesday night through 7pm Wednesday evening, for a plowable snow accumulation of generally 4-8”, followed by some icing and eventually a change to all rain. https://foxbaltimore.com/news/local/winter-storm-warning-up-to-8-inches-possible-in-some-areasRead More

Brian Frosh Suing President Trump Over National Emergency

Brian Frosh Suing President Trump Over National Emergency

Saying Donald Trump “has veered the country toward a constitutional crisis of his own making,” the attorneys general of Maryland and 15 other states sued the president Monday over his recent declaration of a national emergency. https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/politics/bs-md-frosh-lawsuit-state-emergency-20190218-story.html “Brian Frosh continues to waste our tax dollars trying to advance his liberal political agenda. This is outrageous!”…Read More