common cause maryland

May 26, 2017 | Douglas Tallman

Hogan Lets Streaming Bill Become Law Without His Signature

Gov. Larry Hogan criticized the Democrat-controlled General Assembly for lack of transparency even as he allowed a bill to become law to make a small step toward expanding transparency in the legislature. “It it not acceptable in this modern era that Maryland is one of only seven states which does not livestream video and audio […]

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September 19, 2014 | Krista Brick

Andrews Participates in Gerrymander Meander

Montgomery County Councilmember Phil Andrews, a critic of the way the Maryland General Assembly re-drew Congressional boundary lines for political purposes, is expected to participate this weekend in a marathon three-day event Sept. 19-21 that will feature a 225-mile relay held by foot, bike, kayak and motorboat. The “Gerrymander Meander” will be held around Maryland’s […]

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