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We Cannot Turn A Blind Eye To This Constitutional Crisis

Many of you have heard me before say that words matter, that as representatives, we have a platform and an expectation to speak truthfully and thoughtfully. more

Granting Financial Relief To Those In Need

As 2021 begins, too many Maryland families are struggling to avoid eviction, put food on the table and pay their bills, while many small businesses are hanging on by a thread. more

“Stupid” Is A Dirty Word

In our current political environment, dirty words like "stupid" too often are knee-jerked at others without pausing to listen, to find common ground. more

Why A Weary World Can Still Rejoice

As “dark” as this winter seems and feels, we have never in my lifetime had a Christmas that is as closely connected to the first one. more

COVID-19 Vaccine

When the vaccine will be distributed in Phase Two depends on a number of factors, mostly the availability of the vaccine and how many Phase One individuals remain to be vaccinated, but it appears likely that vaccines will not be administered to everyone desirous of one until sometime in 2021. more

Together We Can Cross The Finish Line

The winner isn’t the one most prepared, best qualified or even most deserving, but the one who finishes the race. more

A New Board And Budget Season

The AACPS Board of Education is fully elected for the first time in history. I heartily welcome Robert Silkworth, Corine Frank and Joanna Tobin of Districts 2, 3 and 6, respectively. more

Spreading Holiday Cheer

With coronavirus cases exploding nationally and here in Maryland, uncertainty reigns during a time of year when we try to put our worries aside to focus on family and festive celebrations. more

Letter To The Editor

Kyle Cooke explains why he is disappointed in Dr. Arlotto's decision to delay elementary school learning inside of classrooms. more

Animal Legislation A Highlight For November

Since March, families across our county have been living life a bit differently than they had before COVID-19. more

Reopening Plans

The Board of Education, despite Dr. George Arlotto’s recommendation to continue school in an all-virtual environment for the rest of the semester, voted to move forward with a hybrid plan. more

How Did Each Party Get Its Political Mascot?

As we wrap up the 2020 presidential election, this month’s article will be of a lighter nature. I do this with the hope that we can all work toward a brighter future, whether one likes an elephant or a donkey. more
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