The Maryland General Assembly (MGA) is looking to pass legislation in 2022 to legalize cannabis.
Two Way Talk discussion with Dayvon Love, director of Public Policy for Leaders Of A Beautiful Struggle, a grassroots think tank that advances the public policy interest of the Black community.
Next on Midday, we shift our focus from the international arena to state politics. Tom’s guest is Dayvon Love, the director of public policy at Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, a social justice advocacy organization that works to improve the conditions of Black people in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
With just over four weeks left in the 2022 Maryland General Assembly, Dayvon Lovejoins us on Zoom to discuss LBS’ priorities for the balance of the legislative session.
On Friday, March 11th, the Baltimore City Senate Delegation will vote on SB 441, which would strengthen the Civilian Review Board in its ability to carry out independent investigations of
On March 3rd, SB 692, sponsored by Sen. Jill P. Carter, will have a hearing in the Senate Finance Committee. This bill is our cannabis legalization bill. It would work to
HB 837, as currently drafted, does not adequately address the racial inequities of cannabis prohibition.
Dayvon Love, co-founder of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle joins Dr. Kaye to provide a legislative update on the civilian review board, discuss the significance of community oversight of law enforcement and to address the challenges in legalizing marijuana.
ACTION ALERT: Tell Baltimore City representatives to support strengthening the Civilian Review Board
Mayor Brandon Scott’s administration has taken a position against Civilian Oversight due to their opposition to HB 991 /SB 441.
SB 441 would give the existing Civilian Review Board (CRB) the powers and responsibilities of the Police Accountability Boards that each jurisdiction are required to establish due to the passage of the Police Accountability Act of 2021.
SB 441 is the bill that gives the Baltimore City Civilian Review Board additional powers that are consistent with the police accountability reforms from last legislative session. We need YOUR
Gov. Larry Hogan’s legislative thrust regarding public safety in Maryland is based on faulty premises. His approach is based on the idea that there needs to be enhanced sentences on