At least as long ago as 1968, when the proposed new Maryland Constitution was defeated by the voters, largely on the strength of the argument that it would remove from the voters the right to elect their Circuit Court judges, ...Read More »
Impeach Doug Gansler? Not hardly. The attorney general issued his long-awaited opinion Wednesday, saying that same-sex marriages performed legally outside of Maryland should be recognized here although Maryland law does not allow such marriages to be performed here. The opinion ...Read More »
Between cell phones, televisions and computers, our kids are spending an average of 7.5 hours a day in front of some type of electronic media. TV, iPod, cell phone, computer: for some kids, that’s as much if not more time ...Read More »
Historically, Maryland’s economy and culture have been shaped by transportation. Maryland has traditionally capitalized on its mid-Atlantic location and deepwater inland access to the high seas. This is where the American railroad was born in the 1800s to efficiently move ...
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We join the call from Maryland’s top jurist to increase the surcharge on trial court filing fees to provide more funds to assist low-income litigants. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell says the surcharge is greatly needed to ...Read More »