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Voters Can Now Drop Completed Primary Ballots At Designated Locations

Mail-in ballots for the June 2 presidential primary are being sent by U.S. Postal Service to all eligible state voters. more

Letter To The Editor: Making The Church Essential Again

We have much-needed time to reflect on who we have been in light of who we are, and what we should be doing instead of what we have been doing. more

Voters Receive Mail-In Ballots For June 2 Maryland Presidential Primary Election

The pandemic also resulted in the date of the primary being moved from April 28 to June 2. more

Letter To The Editor: High-Density Housing

We should demand our council put the health of our grandparents and children before politics. more

Letter To The Editor

The Global Health Security Agenda has been approved by 30 countries, and this bill would allow the United States to join this group. more

Mediation - A Solution For Conflict

It may be hard to believe that a lawyer would tell you that not all disputes should wind up in court. An alternative to filing criminal charges or taking matters into your own hands - from … more

COVID Pandemic Forces Pittman To Forgo Luxury With FY2021 Budget

The $1.7 billion FY2021 budget comes at a time for fiscal restraint. Health and human services was one area that will get a funding boost. more

Adapting To The Quarantine

I’d like to list a few ways that we can help during this fragile period of time. more

Council Update

The topic of school capacity is one that I hear often, most recently at a Greater Severna Park Council meeting in late 2019. more

Demonstrating Leadership During A Crisis

I’ve just completed my second session in office, which ended once again with a history-making Sine Die, this time in the midst of an international crisis. more

Be Safe From COVID-19 And Domestic Violence

Many of us are using the stay-at-home time to catch up on household projects, start a fitness program, read a book or just play games with our kids. more

It Counts To Be Counted

In 1787, the men who framed the United States Constitution agreed that the growing new country needed congressional representation. more

Words Matter

Senate Bill 1028, called “Balancing the State Budget,” passed the state legislature in a mad rush on the last day of session. more

Doing Our Part During COVID-19 Pandemic

We are living in unprecedented times. As our state, nation and the world battle the COVID-19 pandemic, there is much fear and uncertainty about what tomorrow brings and what the future holds. more

Free And Low-Cost Legal Resources

Ronald Reagan once said, “The most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I'm from the government and I'm here to help.’" more

Celebrating Women’s History Month

More than 30 years ago, in 1987, Congress passed legislation designating March as Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate women’s contributions and achievements in the United States. more

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In the Anne Arundel County courthouse, we have a remarkable number of women serving the judicial system. more

County Executive Pittman Re-establishes Community Grant Program

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced is re-establishing a community grant program in the upcoming Fiscal Year 2021 budget. more

The Steaming Reality About Vaping

Vaping products are highly addictive and contain nicotine salts, which make the flavors more palatable. Unfortunately, the targeted audience has become teenagers and young adults. more

Last Chance To End Gerrymandering

With the decennial U.S. Census beginning next month, and that data soon being used to redraw congressional and state legislative district lines, Maryland's ongoing gerrymandering is hard to swallow. more
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