Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh

June 21, 2021 | Suzanne Pollak

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Just Puppies in Rockville Charged with Violating Puppy Mill Act

Just Puppies of Maryland in Rockville was charged with selling puppies in violation of the No More Puppy Mills Act, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced in a news release June 17. Charges were filed against Just Puppies, which is located in Twinbrook Center on Veirs Mill Road, as well as another of its locations in […]

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May 13, 2021 | Deirdre Byrne

In Maryland, 39% of Gas Stations Experience Fuel Shortage on Thursday

Panic at the pumps continued on Thursday with 39% of gas stations in Maryland experiencing fuel shortages, according to data from GasBuddy. On Wednesday, GasBuddy reports that only 15% of gas stations in Maryland were experiencing shortages. This comes after local Montgomery County leaders have warned residents not to hoard gasoline because any shortages are […]

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December 11, 2020 | Maryam Shahzad

Maryland Attorney General Opposes Texas Lawsuit Challenging Election Results

Update: The Supreme Court denied Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit Friday. Original Post: Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined 22 other attorneys general in a brief asking the Supreme Court to reject a Texas lawsuit challenging 2020 election results. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing four battleground states— Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin— […]

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October 20, 2020 | Deirdre Byrne

Maryland Attorney General Encourages Everyone to ‘Make a Plan’ for Voting

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh spoke to MyMCMedia about the importance of making a plan for voting this election cycle. Related Post: Maryland Attorney General: ‘Voter Intimidation, Voter Harassment is a Crime’ Ballot Drop Boxes Available in Montgomery County for 2020 General Election Early Voting Centers Open Oct. 26 to Nov. 2 in Montgomery County

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October 15, 2020 | Toluwa Famuyide

Hogan, Frosh Announce $11.7 Million for Housing-Related Legal Services

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and Gov. Larry Hogan announced that $11.7 million in general funds will go towards providing legal services to families facing eviction and homelessness. The funds will be directed to the Maryland Legal Services Corporation (MLSC), which makes grants to nonprofit organizations that provide legal services for low-income Marylanders. Since 1982, […]

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October 14, 2020 | Deirdre Byrne

Maryland Attorney General: ‘Voter Intimidation, Voter Harassment is a Crime’

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is responding to President Donald Trump, who has been raising concerns about voter intimidation in the upcoming 2020 General Election. “Voter intimidation, voter harassment is a crime. It’s a crime under state law, it’s a crime under federal law,” Frosh told MyMCMedia. “If people are intending in Maryland to come […]

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September 3, 2020 | Deirdre Byrne

Maryland Attorney General: Those Who Try to Vote Twice Will Be Prosecuted

While visiting North Carolina Wednesday, President Trump suggested residents should try to vote by mail more than once. The president doubled-down on his comments on social media Thursday, continuing to sow confusion in the upcoming election. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh responded to the president’s comments on Twitter Thursday, saying, “Please, folks, don’t follow Trump’s advice. […]

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August 25, 2020 | Deirdre Byrne

Washington Grove Mayor: ‘The Absence of the Post Office Would Have a Devastating Effect’

John Compton, the mayor of Washington Grove, says the absence of a functioning post office would have a “devastating effect” on his small town, which takes up 200 acres of land. Washington Grove, the historical “town within a forest,” was incorporated in 1937, and is home to around 555 people with about 200 households. The […]

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July 8, 2020 | Deirdre Byrne

Local Leaders Slam Hogan for Rejecting Universal Mail-In-Ballots in November

Gov. Larry Hogan announced in a statement Wednesday that he’s directed the State Board of Elections to conduct normal, in person voting—as well as early voting—for the presidential election on November 3, “with enhanced voting options in light of the #COVID19 pandemic.” In a letter to State Board of Elections Chairman Michael Cogan, Hogan said, […]

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June 4, 2020 | Samantha Subin

Police Search for Cyclist in Connection to Assault in Bethesda

Police are investigating an assault involving a cyclist on Capital Crescent Trail. The incident occurred at approximately 12:45 p.m. Monday near the Dalecarlia Tunnel in Bethesda. According to police, the suspect began arguing with three young adults posting flyers in support of Black Lives Matter before grabbing the flyers from a young girl and pushing […]

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