Vote For Question 2

Guest Blog from Damon Effingham, Executive Director of Common Cause Maryland Every eligible Marylander who wants a say in our democracy should be able to

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Jealous on Justice

By Our Maryland Our Voices Contributor For years, Marylanders have been asking for proper and strategic criminal justice reform. However, in order to create this

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A New Age of Activism

By Rebecca Niburg, Our Maryland Contributor Activism is not new or something that has come back into style or was paused. Certain people and groups

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Jealous and Medicare-for-All

Medicare-for-All can seem like a complicated issue, however in progressive campaigns have worked to try to make this inclusive health system easy to understand. Medicare-for-all

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My friend, Ben

By Susan Olsen #ourvoicesourmaryland Contributor          When I attended the Tawes Crab Feast in Crisfield in July, I noticed some campaign workers trying to get

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Elections Have Cosequences

By Rebecca Niburg #ourvoicesourmaryland Contributor  Elections have consequences.  This oft-repeated trope could not be any clearer during the current administration which has the opportunity to

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EARLY VOTING BEGINS TODAY!

A Repost from our friends at Common Cause Maryland Our democracy works best when as many people as possible participate and have their voices heard.

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Campaigns Heat Up

In a crowded Democratic primary, the candidates are slowly beginning to differentiate themselves from their opponents while also ostensibly setting the stage necessary to upset

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The Candidates.

On Monday, Maryland’s eight Democratic candidates for the state’s governor had their first primary debate. While it has been noted that the candidates spent most

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Maryland’s New Crab Crisis

Maryland is famous for its sweet-blue crabs and crab cakes that pile on restaurant tables every summer. However, Maryland’s prominent crab industry is currently facing

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Do New Rules Mean Change?

Facebook has come under increasing scrutiny over the last month as concerns over privacy and breached data have flooded news outlets around the country.  Concerns

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The Time for $15 is Now

Governor Larry Hogan finds himself with high approval ratings in various pockets around the state of Maryland. However, when you look at some of the

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Metro Funding in Maryland

After years of being underfunded, Maryland’s transportation is about to receive some much needed financial support. The state’s legislatures are working to increase Metro funding

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Hogan Tardy to the Party

On November 28th, Governor Hogan decided, with much pomp and circumstance, that he would finally re-engage in the sick leave debate – long after a

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