Archive for 'Justice'
The recognition of same-sex marriage in Maryland sheds light on the checkerboard of marriage laws across the nation, which poses a threat to the legal parentage for married couples that leave their state lines.
BWI employees are teaming up with Unite Here and Interfaith Worker Justice to enforce better working conditions from the airport's concessions manager.
As drones have become more affordable, a subculture of hobbyists and would-be entrepreneurs has emerged. Lawmakers and regulators, struggling to reconcile the benefits with the potential dangers of the technology, are caught playing catch-up.
Despite the fact that pot is illegal on the federal level, a medical marijuana dispensary is preparing to open in the nation's capital, a mere two miles from the U.S. Department of Justice.
The Department of Justice issued two letters to Maryland courts supporting constitutional rights of citizens recording police officers in their official capacities.
Victims of crimes are treated by the U.S. "roll-of-the-dice" criminal justice system as pawns, dogs and second-class citizens, advocates said at a news conference Thursday to introduce a proposed Victims' Rights Amendment.