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Opinion: The fight for earned sick leave in Maryland isn’t over

All workers deserve the option of paid sick leave, so they aren’t forced to choose between their or their family’s health and their income security. But 700,000 Maryland workers lack this basic right, one granted nationally by all other developed […]

Opinion: The fight for earned sick leave in Maryland isn’t over

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All workers deserve the option of paid sick leave, so they aren’t forced to choose between their or their family’s health and their income security. But 700,000 Maryland workers lack this basic right, one granted nationally by all other developed […]

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Dutch Elections: Swing to the right with Turkish delight

The parliamentary elections in the Netherlands Wednesday produced a disastrous weakening of the left wing in Parliament and a strengthening of the parties at the center and the right side. The

Ryancare, Russiagate, immigration things to think about

I hesitate to share my political thoughts with you. Not because of the outrage they might receive or the likelihood our president will wire tap my phones, but because

Colin Kaepernick wasn’t fired despite the social media hype

People are posting stories in which they state San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick was fired Friday by his team. This is not the case and is being done

‘Illegal abortion killed the already-born as well as the unborn’

Editor's Note: This article was first published by Talk Media News and it is republished with permission. For some of us, the death of Norma McCorvey evoked not only headline references to

Kansas shooting victim’s wife breaks silence, wonders if America is a home for immigrants

Editor's note: In one of the more powerful blogs on Facebook, Sunayana Dumala speaks out about the death of her husband Srinivas Kuchibhotla in Kansas. The FBI has classified Kuchibhotla's death as

‘We can do more to help working families get ahead’

With the nationwide factory closings in 1981, I found myself working any job that would allow me to support my family. Starting out with a bachelor’s degree in business

Uber: Maryland should pave the way for self-driving vehicles

By Colin Tooze Uber Technologies America is on the verge of a transportation revolution powered by self-driving technology. As this industry takes shape, Maryland’s elected leaders are facing a serious question

Trump’s immigration policies imperil police and public

Standing stiffly in overly-starched police blues it was obvious, even before he admitted so himself, that Officer Sean Dinse wished he wasn’t addressing the congregation of the Community Church

Oscars: Sit down and shut up!

When I was in eighth grade, my soccer coaches selected me as the team's Most Valuable Player. The award, and a few other team awards, were handed out at

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