Politics Over Public Safety

One of the first actions of the 2018 Maryland General Assembly was to overturn Governor Hogan’s veto of HB 694. The bill prohibits colleges from asking applicants if they have a criminal history. As a result of this legislation, your child’s roommate could be a dangerous felon. Moreover, HB 694 prohibits the college from any...

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Why Not 60 Days?

Each year, Maryland has a 90-day Legislative Session. Thousands of bills are proposed each year that seek to limit your freedoms and stifle prosperity. And so the question arises: How does Virginia, a much larger state, survive with only a 60-day Session during even years – and a 46-day Session during odd years? The answer...

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Will Annapolis Take Your Tax Cut?

The tax reform bill passed in Washington will give needed relief to millions of Marylanders. However, Annapolis may take it away. As the Tax Foundation explains, Washington’s tax reform will decrease your federal income taxes. However, Maryland will have a broader definition of taxable income. Annapolis will take away your federal tax rebate unless action...

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Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays

“Love begins at home” – Mother Teresa From my family to yours, Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays! Mark, Deena, Sonia, Sam & Olivia And From Millie, Violet & Bella Too! Click here to read the original email.   Yours In Service,  

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The Supremes vs. Maryland

The most egregious case of gerrymandering in the nation will be heard by the United States Supreme Court. The case focuses on Maryland’s 6th Congressional District. The district was drawn with the intent to unseat Congressman Roscoe Bartlett. It is largely believed that Bartlett lost his seat as a result of gerrymandering. Maryland’s 3rd Congressional...

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