Tag: Brian Frosh
About this time last year, the state’s Department of Labor, Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI) was processing unemployment claims smoothly—and more-or-less efficiently—despite its antiquated, but reliable, computer software.Read More
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Wednesday slammed a federal lawsuit filed aimed at overturning the election results in four states that gave President-elect Joe Biden his margin of victory over President Donald Trump in last month’s contest.Read More
Frosh warns of voter scammers; more than 2 million Maryland ballots cast.Read More
State Roundup: Some Marylanders scrape by waiting for jobless benefits; lawmakers focus on looming home-loss crisis
Many Marylanders scrape by waiting for unemployment benefits; state lawmakers focus on looming home-loss crisis.Read More
Workplace Covid lawsuits expected to riseRead 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
More than 1,000 new cases confirmed as education officials push to extend digital learning.Read More
Maryland’s attorney general was accompanied by members of the General Assembly, health advocates and community activists. Frosh said tobacco companies are targeting kids with sweet-tasting products such as “gummy-bear-flavored vape juice.”Read More
Freddie Gray’s death sparked huge civil unrest in the city that became national news. One year later, dozens of legislative proposals resulted from or garnered additional attention because of the death of a disadvantaged, young, black man from West Baltimore and the long-standing frustrations this incident brought to the surface.Read More
There is a rising number of victims of tax-fraud identity theft, a list that includes Maryland’s attorney general, Brian Frosh. Comptroller Peter Franchot is proposing legislation to give his agency more enforcement tools.Read More
Maryland’s disastrous health exchange rollout combined two elements — procurement problems and lack of transparency — that are among several recurring themes that led to the state earning a score of 64, or a D grade,ranking it 23rd among the 50 states in the State Integrity Investigation, a data-driven assessment of state government accountability and transparency by the Center for Public Integrity and Global Integrity. While Maryland moved up in the state rankings this year, it was due to other states falling, not because of any significant improvements in such areas as government transparency and financial disclosure.Read More
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