Monthly Archives: July 2015

Lawsuit Contests Maryland’s Congressional Districts

A group called Judicial Watch recently filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Maryland’s current district boundaries. Critics of the current boundaries say they are ridiculous and serve only to stack the deck for a particular party. Back in 2012, the districts were replanned, moving more than one quarter of

Long-awaited MD Toll Decreases Are Finally Here

Anyone remember the ruckus about the Bay Bridge tolls increasing? Or about the E-Z Pass fee? Well, Governor Hogan said he was going to do something, and he did. As of July 1 (today, at the time of this writing), many Maryland tolls are much lower. Here’s a brief list