CJ Mitchell
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Charles Mitchell is a journalist in the Capital News Service Annapolis bureau. He has worked as an editorial intern for Capitol Standard, a staff photographer for The Writer’s Bloc, and a staff writer/photographer for Plex magazine.
Email: cjmitch2@terpmail.umd.edu | @res_vox

October 26, 2017
Challenges remain for Musk’s hyperloop in Maryland

Elon Musk’s East Coast “hyperloop” project still faces technological and regulatory hurdles as Gov. Larry Hogan announced Maryland’s support for construction of the project last week.

November 2, 2017
Hogan aims to draw more K-12 girls, minorities to tech jobs

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced an initiative promoting computer science and technology education, emphasizing gender and minority equity in the STEM field.

November 14, 2017
Maryland ethics committee closes doors in first meeting after new ethics law

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – A Maryland ethics committee closed its session Tuesday following a review of legislator disclaimers, more than a month after a new state ethics law went into effect.

October 3, 2017
Maryland first lady’s delegation draws two more Korean businesses to state

A trade mission to South Korea by a Maryland government delegation, including the first lady, Yumi Hogan, brought two additional Korean-headquartered companies to the state earlier this month.

October 26, 2017
Maryland fiscal panel braces for federal deregulation

A Maryland fiscal watchdog group, in its first meeting Thursday, said the state is bracing for the effects of federal financial deregulation, two days after the U.S. Senate voted to repeal a rule that would have made it easier for consumers to bring class-action lawsuits against financial institutions.

November 28, 2017
Maryland officials sign agreement on Purple Line development

Community, public, and private stakeholders signed an agreement Tuesday promising responsible economic development, including affordable housing, along the pending Purple Line light rail project.

December 4, 2017
Prison gang, drug investigation nets 26, including guards

BALTIMORE — Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Thursday announced the indictments of 26 people, including two correctional officers, with charges ranging from attempted first-degree murder to drug distribution.