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  • Md.'s redistricting case is a big step forward — but we're still a long way from stopping gerrymandering

    Md.'s redistricting case is a big step forward — but we're still a long way from stopping gerrymandering

    From a partisan Democrat’s perspective, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has a heads-I-win, tails-you-lose proposition in front of him. If he appeals a recent federal court decision invalidating the state’s 6th Congressional District as an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander and wins,...

  • Whitaker must recuse

    Whitaker must recuse

    Maryland’s Brian Frosh and 17 of his fellow state attorneys general dispatched a letter last week to Acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker that ought to be required reading in the White House as well as the Justice Department. That’s not too much to ask, as it’s just four paragraphs long....

  • Viral video of teacher punch reveals bigger issues in Baltimore

    Viral video of teacher punch reveals bigger issues in Baltimore

    Last week, a classroom of Baltimore City students witnessed a peer punch a teacher dead in the face. And before the bell could ring, the video was uploaded to social media for the world to see, with tens of thousands watching it within the first 24 hours. As a former educator in Baltimore City...

  • A blue wave on the Chesapeake Bay

    A blue wave on the Chesapeake Bay

    Election night was a big night for Democrats and Democratic values in Maryland. Much of the media coverage has focused on Larry Hogan winning re-election to the Governor’s Mansion. And it’s true, by essentially running as a moderate Democrat and claiming credit for the work of Democrats in the...

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  • Some Maryland workers turn heavily to opioids when injured, study finds

    Some Maryland workers turn heavily to opioids when injured, study finds

    Close to a third of Maryland workers who filed injury compensation claims in recent years continued to rely on highly addictive opioid painkillers three months after they were hurt, according to a recent study by University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers. Excessive use of painkillers...

  • Maryland might not have properly vetted some Medicaid enrollees

    Maryland might not have properly vetted some Medicaid enrollees

    Maryland may have allowed residents who did not qualify for Medicaid into the government health program for the poor by failing to consider all of their income, according to a routine audit of the quasi-governmental agency that oversees the Maryland health exchange. The Maryland Health Benefit...

  • Number of black freshmen at University of Maryland drops sharply, to eight-year low

    Number of black freshmen at University of Maryland drops sharply, to eight-year low

    The number of black students who enrolled at the University of Maryland this fall dropped sharply, according to data released by the school Wednesday. African-American representation in the new freshman class dropped to at least an eight-year low, the data show. Just 7.3 percent of the new freshman...

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