The 18-minute episode features interviews with Teachers Association of Baltimore County President Cindy Sexton and Baltimore County businessman Larry Porter. Sexton discussed how educators and staff are preparing for the upcoming school year, which begins at the end of the month and coincides with the rapid spread of the Delta variant and the full-scale return to in-person learning. Porter discussed how he has been impacted by a 2014 U.S. Supreme Court decision that essentially invalidated a patent he had obtained for the creation of software that expedites the mortgage application approval process.Read More
With the U.S. Supreme Court now having rejected three legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), former President Barack Obama’s signature health care law is likely to remain codified in statute forever, one of Annapolis’ most well-known health care lobbyists said Friday.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
Marylanders with pre-existing conditions will be protected regardless of how SCOTUS rules on Obamacare
Even if the U.S. Supreme Court rules that the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) is unconstitutional Marylanders with pre-existing health conditions will still be protected under a state law that went into effect on Oct. 1.Read More
Del. Neil Parrott (R-Washington) said he is disappointed by a recent Supreme Court decision that affirmed anti-discrimination protections for members of the LGBTQ community in the workplace.Read More
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