WASHINGTON, D.C. – The “firm and true” university that has produced many of the nation’s most prominent African-American movers and shakers celebrated 150 years of history last week in a ceremony that was very much in tune with the present.
NATIONAL HARBOR – The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) returned to National Harbor this year with new additions: a sitting president in attendance and protesters outside.
ANNAPOLIS – In the fallout from the liquor board bribery scandal, several bills are making their way through the General Assembly and their proposers facing questions from members of their own party.
ANNAPOLIS – A Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) union member said at a bill hearing that he was concerned about the future of due process for employees if Maryland legislators pass a bill to create a new safety commission.
UPPER MARLBORO – Both the board of education and the county council weighed in on the state’s efforts to change the structure of the Prince George’s County Board of Education yet again.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Constituents from Prince George’s County assembled on Tuesday at the United States Senate offices where Bill Dauster, policy advisor to U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), answered questions and addressed concerns regarding new legislation introduced by the Trump administration.
ANNAPOLIS – Prince George’s County is calling in the cavalry in the fight for the new regional medical center, which recently added another front.