In miniature, March 9

  • Good for (many) Democratic lawmakers for proposing reforms of Maryland civil forfeiture law [Maryland Reporter; Cato and Overlawyered resources on forfeiture]
  • Input sought from one side only: pro-rail group Action Committee for Transit tries to stop Purple Line debate sponsored by Maryland Public Policy Institute [BethesdaNow, Randal O’Toole on WTOP]
  • “My lawn is such a little fragment of American Freedom,” wrote a retired minister who lives in Silver Spring. “Please respect it.” He sure picked the wrong county to live in, didn’t he? [Washington Post on proposed Montgomery County lawn pesticide ban]
  • DC and Virginia move to legalize Uber and Lyft, time to catch up [Washington Post]
  • Bipartisan group of lawmakers seek to roll back excessive school testing; Del. David Vogt believes Gov. Hogan has legal authority to get the state out of PARCC [Maryland Reporter, WFMD, Kelsey Harkness/Daily Signal]
  • Business gears up to fight combined-reporting tax proposals [Rebecca Lessner/Maryland Reporter, more]

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  1. Pingback: As House votes forfeiture reform, GOP opposes strengthening property rights | Free State Notes

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