From Maryland Alliance for Justice Reform (MAJR) Please Send email to Judiciary and Judicial Proceedings Maryland’s legislative session is short – only 90 days. And we are over halfway through. One important deadline looms: the Committee Reporting Date, March 16 – next Tuesday. On… Continue Reading “Action needed TODAY”
Please sign and share petition: We deserve police accountability! Sign on with local organizations to petition the AACo Executive for an independent, fully staffed, Civilian Review Board with resources and subpoena power. SIGN NOW – http://chng.it/nBr2N2Sjgx
Data proves that together these eight policies can decrease police violence by 72%. Please visit this website to find out more and read the study! You can also request that the mayor of Annapolis be added to the list: https://8cantwait.org/ Please take… Continue Reading “Please Act Now to decrease police violence by 72%!”
As you may have heard the House and Senate are holding a marathon of sessions this weekend to try to wrap up as many bills as possible in the face of closures from the corona virus. They have sent their staff homes and are… Continue Reading “TODAY- YOU can make a difference for women and children, please do! Contact you Reps!”
From the Maryland ACLU: There is only one month left of the 2020 Maryland General Assembly session. We need your help to get a committee vote on one our priority bills – due process for children. Every day in Maryland, children entangled in the… Continue Reading “Support Due Process for Children!”
The bill to create a women’s pre-release unit for women preparing to return to the community after incarceration is on the move and will be heard in the House’s judiciary committee tomorrow, February 18 at 1 p.m. If you are in District 33, please… Continue Reading “Contact your Rep on House Judiciary today to support Women’s Prerelease Center”
This is an urgent note regarding a change in federal regulations. That change would require applicants for federal jobs to disclose whether they ever have been in a “diversion” program—whether or not any conviction resulted from the charges. While not a part of Maryland… Continue Reading “Please comment on federal criminal justice regulations that are moving in the wrong direction.”
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