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Some New Laws

Michael Malone offers a summary of a few bills which just became law and may impact you or your loved ones in the community. more

A Loss For Our Community

Our community lost a devoted public servant and staunch advocate for our students and school system. more

Keeping The Arts And Entertainment Afloat

I’ve just begun rehearsal for “Into the Woods,” but we’re not out of the woods yet. more

Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week

Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week, which runs this year from August 8-14, means savings for shoppers. more

Constituent Services Keeps Pace

While constituent cases can range from potholes to challenges contacting a department, there are some regular areas of concern. more

Redistricting Changes Are Coming

During the legislative session, the General Assembly will review and approve maps. more

Letter To The Editor: Hosting Proms

What began in our minds as a way to give back to these students who were going through a tough year, soon became a very clear blessing. more

Letter To The Editor

Delegate Sid Saab expresses his thanks to teachers and school support staff. more

Show Me The Money: How Pandemic Dollars Are Being Used

We must develop a detailed response plan for Maryland’s next extraordinary financial situation. more

Dishonesty In Public Policy

Trust in government remains at an all-time low and deception continues to prevail. more

A Memorial For “The Guardians Of Free Speech”

As a state delegate and a family law attorney with deep roots in Anne Arundel County, it is ingrained in me to absorb the local news. more

Pride Month Is Here, But There Is Still Work To Do

June is Pride Month, and it couldn’t feel more relevant. more
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