Yesterday, the Senate passed its version of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Resolution, H. Con. Res. 71, by a vote of 51 to 49. Unlike the House Budget Resolution, the Senate-passed resolution… 272 more words
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Guest Blog by Jonathan Miller
Can you afford to spend half your income on healthcare?
If the State passes their current budget proposal, that’s what I’ll have to do. 723 more words
The two main political antagonists in vote-rich central Liberia are reported to have resolved their differences that misdirected the voters during last week’s elections.
Emmanuel Nuquay, the Speaker and stalwart of the ruling Unity Party, and Ben Fofana, the Rep and former executive of UP who had crossed over to the ANC, have reportedly met to patch up their political differences, reports filtering our news desk indicated. 221 more words
It’s not exactly great literature, but like a lot of literature, the Constitution is a simple text people are still arguing about centuries after publication. Unlike most literature, the outcomes from those arguments affect our lives every day, even if we aren’t aware of them. 718 more words
Maryland Pre-Legislative Session Summit
This Fall there are plans for an all day Maryland Pre-Legislative Summit. The overall goal would be to educate, inform, prepare, and connect everyone so we can be ready for the upcoming Maryland Legislative Session. 441 more words