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Student school board members will face high court challenge (access required)

An attorney for Howard County public school parents seeking the resumption of in-class learning plans to seek expedited Maryland high court review of a judge’s decision that having a high school student serve as a voting member on the county ...

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Student school board member faces Md. constitutional challenge (access required)

Having a high school student serve as a voting member on the county school board upon election by fellow pupils violates the Maryland Constitution, Howard County public school parents seeking a safe resumption of in-class learning amid the pandemic stated ...

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Judge dismisses lawsuit over Hopkins police ballot question (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — A judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit challenging a decision by the Maryland State Board of Elections that the law allowing Johns Hopkins University to establish a private police force could not be subject to referendum. Anne Arundel County Circuit ...

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Oaks officially withdraws from voter rolls, now ineligible for office (access required)

Former state senator Nathaniel Oaks agreed over the weekend to withdraw his voter registration and make himself an ineligible candidate, which voters seeking to remove his name from the primary election ballot hope will make a judge reconsider his Friday ruling declining to order the removal.

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