The first Marylanders to hand over cash in exchange for legally purchased recreational marijuana Saturday began to fill a pot of state money set aside for communities with disproportionate amounts of cannabis-related arrests.
Several years after the plan became public, the Baltimore Police Department is moving ahead with switching to encrypted radio systems and devices, delaying public access to live audio streams of police activity.
A recent University of Maryland School of Social Work and Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle report had something to say about anti-Black racism. ChatGPT also had thoughts about addressing its symptoms.
A bill that would form a Community Reinvestment and Reparations Commission is heading Monday to a likely final vote before the City Council. It appears poised to win final passage following a vote two weeks ago during which there was no opposition.
Maryland, the first state to enact the Law Enforcement Bill of Rights (LEBOR), has now become the first state to repeal it. The decision was motivated by the need to increase community accountability for police misconduct, as discussed by organizations like Young People for Progress and Leaders of Beautiful Struggle. Advocates emphasize the importance of mental health support and transformative justice in schools to prevent the criminalization of students.
Maryland General Assembly lawmakers heard plenty of concerns about what a legal recreational cannabis market will look like in Maryland this July during a grueling, over four-hour-long legislative session on Friday.
Now that we voted, what’s next? How can the black community stay engaged, involved and hold leaders accountable?
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held in a divided en banc ruling on Thursday that the Baltimore Police Department’s now-ended aerial surveillance program is unconstitutional, reversing a lower
VIDEO: Maryland Becomes First State To Repeal The Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill Of Rights (4.15.2021)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3cYquO1VX4 Maryland is now the first state in the nation to get rid of a set of rules that gave police protection because of the nature of their job. The