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Raising minimum wage to $15 will impact all Maryland taxpayers negatively

Somebody will have to pay for this folly. The larger point here will be the entire government pay scale structure will be adjusted, effectively handing every state, county and municipal public employee, no matter the scale, a $5 an hour windfall. The public-union inspired $15 per hour gambit will grow budgets above and beyond the cost-of-living increases gifted to public employees annually. All taxpayers will be on the hook with smaller paychecks and increased property taxes to fund an exponentially overpaid dysfunctional government. 

Baltimore County to hire private attorneys to defend itself in lawsuit over UMBC students' sex assault claims

Baltimore Sun: 

Baltimore County government is poised to pay a private law firm up to $600,000 to help defend the county against a federal class-action lawsuit that claims police failed to properly investigate sexual assaults involving students at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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Maryland AG asks court to replace Whitaker with Rosenstein as acting AG

Allowing the AG unlimited latitude in playing partisan politics on a national stage, without oversight or prompt, wasting millions of taxpayer dollars yearly, is an unseemly practice the legislature must reign in. The waste of time and resources on petty and mostly unwinnable dalliances in partisan agitprop sidestepping legislative purview does nothing for the safety and welfare of Maryland taxpayers. Maryland's AG was not elected to litigate in favor of a liberal nationalist agenda.

From The Hill: 

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh asked a federal district court on Tuesday to block Matthew Whitaker from serving as acting attorney general and to name Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in his place. 

The more things change less, the less things change at all -- ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’: Re-election confirms approach, Md. governor says

Still taking baby-steps in a liberal minefield -- ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’: Re-election confirms approach, Md. governor says

Even before he walked into the Governor’s Reception Room in Maryland’s State House, staff members and supporters were on their feet, giving Republican Larry Hogan a standing ovation.

Supreme Court takes case of Maryland war memorial shaped like cross

Elizabeth Zwirz | Fox News

The case regarding whether or not a Maryland war memorial in the shape of a cross goes against a separation of church and state was accepted for final review by Supreme Court justices on Friday.

Three-Judge Panel Rules Gerrymandered Maryland Congressional District Map Unconstitutional, Orders Do Over for 2020

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From the Baltimore Sun...

A three-judge federal court panel ruled Wednesday that the state unconstitutionally drew the boundary lines for Maryland’s 6th congressional district to benefit Democrats, and banned the state from using that map in elections moving forward.

Eliminating the root cause of Baltimore and Maryland violence and demoralization: Fatherlessness

Maryland Reporter | Opinion By Tyrone Keys and Richard E. Vatz

Maryland and Baltimore have a terrible problem of violence and intimidation, and their root cause is not drugs, police corruption and incompetence or poverty.

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