Opinion: Discrimination against conservatives ignored in higher education generally and at Towson University specifically
by Richard Vatz | November 14, 2020 | Commentary | 2 |
Supreme Court Justice Alito in his warning that in academia there is a level of intolerance that leads to “harassment and intolerance [of law school students] if they say anything that departs from the law school orthodoxy” is equally true of conservative faculty and students at public colleges and universities throughout the United States, as well as my own Towson University.Read More
Senate sends housing discrimination bill back to committee
by Meg Tully | March 27, 2013 | General Assembly, News | 8 |
A bill that would prohibit landlords from screening prospective tenants based upon their source of income was sent back to a Maryland Senate committee after three days of floor debate over whether landlords should be allowed to exclude those on public assistance. The 23-22 vote likely dooms the bill’s chances this session.Read More
Blog Update: Discrimination bill dies; collective bargaining for home health workers revived
by Len Lazarick | April 6, 2011 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 0 |
A fiercely debated bill allowing lawsuits in state courts over discrimination in stores, restaurants and airports was sent back to a Senate committee Wednesday, effectively killing the bill, as about 20 blind people who had lobbied for the measure sat disappointed in the gallery.Read More
Blog: Bill to allow discrimination lawsuits faces strong opposition
by Len Lazarick | April 5, 2011 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
A bill to grant the right for people discriminated against in places of public accommodation — like restaurants, theatres and hotels — is being smothered by Senate amendments seeking to water down the bill.
On Tuesday, Democratic Senate leaders and committee chairmen joined Republicans in passing an amendment by Sen. Allan Kittleman, R-Howard-Carroll, to study the measure. The amendment will be reconsidered Wednesday, but Senate President Mike Miller told proponents they might want to find some alternative to passing the bill, which has had prolonged debate on five different days.Read More
Blog: Discrimination stories, frivolous lawsuits dominate Senate debate
by Len Lazarick | April 1, 2011 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
A bill to create a state option for people who feel they have been discriminated against by hotels, bars and restaurants, theaters and stores led senators into an impassioned discussion of discrimination, the woes of small business and frivolous lawsuits on Thursday morning.Read More
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