The leader of the Reopen Maryland protests of virus shutdowns told a small crowd in Westminster Saturday that “Black Lives Matters are arguing about the same thing as we are … allowing government to determine who is important and who is not.”Read More
Author: Len Lazarick
UPDATED 7/10: Sitting judges in five counties face challengers in the fall, while others win both primaries
The protracted counting of mail-in ballots led to reversals of early leads by sitting judges in the Democratic primaries of five counties. Six white male judges appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan lost the primaries to mostly women and Black challengers.Read More
Several thousand people marched from the Columbia mall to Lake Kittamaqundi Tuesday afternoon to protest the police killing of George Floyd and others. The huge crowd filled the lakefront from Clyde’s to the fountain, an outpouring seldom seen at the town’s traditional gathering place for celebrations and memorials.Read More
As protests against the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis heat up across the region, demonstrations are cooling down against pandemic shutdown orders that are gradually lifting.Read More
Howard County this primary election has one of the most competitive races for circuit court judge in recent decades. Three lawyers are trying to defeat a sitting judge. Yet, more than 42,000 unaffiliated and third-party voters – 20% of registered voters – get no say on who sits on the bench.Read More
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