Tag: Kweisi Mfume
Weekend covid cases up by 1,300 as Hogan to allow some in-person sports viewing.Read More
Maryland’s Republican lawmakers praise long-shot congressional candidate’s controversial campaign video
Maryland’s Republican lawmakers heaped praise on GOP congressional candidate Kimberly Klacik’s recent campaign video in which she said Democrats have mismanaged Baltimore and have taken the city’s majority Black constituency for granted.Read More
Prince George’s lawmakers rebuke Gov. Hogan as county seeks more state help.Read More
Maryland confirmed on Monday 906 new cases of the coronavirus after receiving a record-high 8,311 test results in a 24-hour span.Read More
Gov. Hogan postpones April’s primaries til June, but vote on filling late U.S. Rep. Cummings’ term to take place by mail.Read More
State lawmakers begin review of Kirwan education recommendations, funding possibilities and dire warnings should it not be funded; in the meantime, students, parents and teachers rally outside State House to support education overhaul plan; Gov. Hogan names first inspector general to oversee education spending; with aging population, Maryland faces crisis in lack of one-on-one health care workers; UMMS board member acknowledges ‘some knowledge’ of Healthy Holly dealings; Kweisi Mfume takes heat over supporting sentencing leniency for Catherine Pugh; and five named to District Court bench in Prince George’s.Read More
Maryland House OKs $2.2 billion school repair, construction bill to ease crowding, replace old buildings; four committees to hear Kirwan education recommendations today; bill would enable people targeted by false police calls to sue the callers for damages; opioid chief Schuh defends expenditures after critical audit; half of Gov. Hogan’s “Green Bag” appointments go to women; new Redskins stadium may just replace the old one; state, local solution sought to hemp farm stench; and attorneys for Catherine Pugh cite distress, economic loss in seeking 366-day sentence for Baltimore’s former mayor.Read More
Sen. Carter says progressive grassroots support could help her win Cummings’ seat, despite Mfume’s win
Sen. Jill Carter, D-Baltimore City, came in third place in last week’s Democratic special congressional primary but she said progressive grassroots support may be enough to put her over the top in her quest to succeed late Rep. Elijah Cummings.Read More
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