Monthly Archives: February 2018


Today’s Daily Call to Action: Call Delegate Malone 410-841-3510 and urge him to support the SAFE Act

Please call Delegate Malone and ask him to support the SAFE Act (HB1461). This will keep local law enforcement from working with ICE so they can actually do their job of protecting and serving the community. Why is it important…

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: Call Delegate Vallario and tell him to bring the Repeat Sexual Predator Prevention Act to a vote in the Judiciary Committee

Please call Delegate Vallario Phone: 410-841-3488 and tell him to bring the Repeat Sexual Predator Prevention Act (HB0301/SB0270) to a vote in the Judiciary Committee. This bill has been introduced 5 times and has yet to leave Vallario’s committee. NOW…

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Status of Environment Legislation as of 2/21

https://docs.google.com/document/d/16vh6jgawUpFcYER3-y_NUysfupttG09bD1CcGNtyPcI/edit#heading=h.rg4ymp294qmx

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Today’s Daily Call to Action: Safety Study for Cove Point. Why won’t Governor Hogan listen? Would he want a fracked gas refinery and export terminal in his neighborhood?

photo: We are Cove Pointers at the rally for clean energy in Annapolis this weekend. This weekend, members of gas industries met in Pittsburgh. They made it clear that the ability to export gas to foreign markets, where they can fetch…

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SAFE Act/Action

Please support the SAFE Act. This will keep local law enforcement from working with ICE so they can actually do their job of protecting and serving the community. It costs a lot of money for local law enforcement to act…

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Protected: meeting minutes: Jan. 31, 2018

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Maryland Weighs New Approach to Curbing Prescription Drug Costs

by Josh Hicks – Washington Post A Maryland bill that would make the state a national test case for controlling prescription drug costs has garnered broad legislative support in Annapolis but could put the state on a legal collision course…

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Update: Prescription Drug Cost Commission Bill

Cosponsors and Attorney General Endorsement Thanks to our coalition’s emails and calls to legislators, twenty-three Senators and seventy-nine Delegates have agreed to cosponsor our Drug Cost Commission bills, SB 1023 and HB 1194. In addition, Attorney General Brian Frosh has endorsed…

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Statistics by State

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/11/06/opinion/how-to-reduce-shootings.html

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If Guns were as Regulated as Cars

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