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Del. Curt Anderson, D-Baltimore, said he is enthusiastic about the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services’ proposal to start school later in the day, something he previously has backed for academic reasons. ‘If it’s also talked about in relationship to public safety, I think that gives it another push,’ he said. (File photo)

Md. legislators push Frosh for anti-racial profiling report (access required)

Lawmakers considering how to change policing in Maryland are pushing for an early release of a list of police agencies not adopting state-recommended anti-racial profiling practices. The report, which would list law enforcement agencies who have not adopted voluntary standards meant to stamp out profiling on race and other factors, is expected to be released by ...