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National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom adds four Maryland sites

With the collaboration of historians and state agencies, four new locations have been added to the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom bringing Maryland’s total to over 90 designated listings.

Maryland General Assembly elects Davis state treasurer

The Maryland General Assembly on Thursday elected longtime Delegate Dereck Davis as the new state treasurer.

Legislature overrides Hogan’s congressional map veto

The Maryland General Assembly voted to override a veto from Gov. Larry Hogan, R, to officially pass a congressional redistricting plan favored by Democrats.

Baltimore police reform pilot program diverts 911 calls

Baltimore’s 911 diversion pilot program, a program that routes some behavior calls to specially trained personnel rather than traditional police, has been lauded as a success by lawmakers and police since its launch on June 16.

Aggregated data masks Asian disparities in Maryland and US

Aggregated race data – which lumps Asians into one category despite their different countries of origin – is masking health and educational disparities in Asian American communities, people across Maryland and the country told Capital News Service.

Dem-favored redistricting plan advances in the Senate

A congressional redistricting plan favored by Democrats advanced in the Maryland state Senate Wednesday. In their first session of the day, senators rejected an amendment that would have swapped out the map for one preferred by Gov. Larry Hogan, R.

Maryland TikTok creators share their side of the story

Maryland TikTok creators reflect on the lack of a creator community in the state that other hotspots have, despite a growing industry of content creators.

Pandemic financially devastated minority-led nonprofits

Tiffany Turner-Allen said she is tired of her nonprofit organization and workers being seen as resilient and coworkers calling themselves martyrs to their community causes.

House rejects amendment to swap redistricting maps

The Maryland House of Delegates on Tuesday rejected an amendment that would have swapped the Democrat-led legislative commission’s congressional redistricting plan for that of the governor’s citizen commission.

House committee recommends legislative redistricting map

A House of Delegates committee voted to recommend a congressional redistricting plan proposed by the Legislative Redistricting Advisory Commission, and the Maryland Senate voted to override several vetoes Monday — the first day of the General Assembly’s 2021 special session.