Tag: Carroll County
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
NUMBERS REVEAL CORONAVIRUS RACIAL DISPARITY: “Black Marylanders are suffering disproportionately...Read More
Carroll County Sen. Joe Getty got reelected by 37,000 people in a very open public process. Now that he is taking a job in the Hogan administration, his replacement should be chosen in a very open public process, not behind closed doors.Read More
A federal judge this week told the Carroll County commissioners to stop praying in Jesus’ name at their meetings. One of the commissioners defied the order, and said she’s willing to go to jail over it. They tackled this problem some time ago at the State House, But what would Jesus do?Read More
U.S Rep. Chris Van Hollen on Monday continued to acquaint himself with the issues and concerns facing his newest constituents in the areas of the Maryland’s 8th Congressional District added in last year’s redistricting. Van Hollen toured parts of Carroll and Frederick counties, traditionally conservative constituencies that could trouble the Democrat in the upcoming election against Republican Ken Timmerman.Read More
Some of the deeper issues underlying PlanMaryland – like problems with the economic and environmental issues cited in the comprehensive state development plan proposed by Gov. Martin O’Malley – took center stage at a forum sponsored by the Carroll County Board of Commissioners in Pikesville.Read More
The House of Delegates on Wednesday approved Gov. Martin O’Malley’s congressional redistricting map exactly as he had proposed, despite fierce opposition by Republicans and some minority groups.
The vote was 91-46, with five minority Democratic delegates from the Washington suburbs joining all 41 Republicans voting against itRead More
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