The just and equitable choice is to vote in favor of this bill to provide schools the urgently needed funds to implement mental health and other support services for students.
Passing the Time to Care Act will allow Maryland to join the small but growing list of states that are moving closer to our stated values, help people balance work and family responsibilities, [...]
The Maryland General Assembly must repeal LEOBR in order to rebuild a justice system that is not systemically racist. Black people and people of color are unfairly targeted by police, and police [...]
HB1027/SB786 is only one element of the transformative reform we need to see. While it will take years--likely generations--to undo the damage already done, restoring local control helps folks [...]
Passage of SB454/HB52 out of committee can help to prevent evictions, keep people in their homes, and make our state’s rent court system more fair.
Law Enforcement Officers' Bill Of Rights allows discrimination to continue with no accountability. We must repeal LEOBR in order to work toward a just system.
Repealing LEOBR is a necessary step toward accountability by making sure that officers facing discipline do not get extra rights that are not afforded to other state government and civilian employees.