Tag: Freddie Gray
What can we learn about Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. from his new memoir, “Still Standing,” officially out Monday?Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the state’s fight against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which the order he issued on March 23 requiring the closure all non-essential businesses will be lifted Friday evening.Read More
If there is a bright spot in the widespread damage done to Baltimore and Maryland by the Freddie Gray conflagration and its aftermath, it is the sterling performance of Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry G. Williams. While Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby placed politics and placating the city’s riotous crowd above her duties to pursue prosecutions based on rigorously impartial and complete investigations, Williams did the opposite.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
The Maryland General Assembly responded in this year’s legislative session to public concern about police misconduct, drug crime, domestic violence and more.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan did not give a final decision about whether to fund a requested $68 million to aid counties with higher costs of education during a 100 days in office press event on Thursday. Also on the menu were the governor’s responses to the Freddie Gray investigation ongoing in Baltimore City, transparency and overtesting in public schools.Read More
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