In miniature, March 7

  • I’ll be discussing redistricting reform in Maryland this evening 5-6 pm on Kai Hagen’s show on WTHU 1450 (Thurmont) (update: audio);
  • After football player collapses on field with heat stroke, resulting in nine-day coma that brings him near death, team doctor refuses to clear him to play again due to re-injury risk; federal court rules for his claim of disability discrimination but Fourth Circuit reverses [Gavin Class v. Towson University, opinion]
  • “Maryland Might Stop Recording Conversations On Public Buses” [Andrew Fleischman, “Fault Lines”]
  • Litigation over historically black colleges and universities in Maryland has dragged on for years [Maryland Reporter]
  • “Maryland Democrats’ plan for matching college savings grants is welfare for the wealthy” [Washington Post editorial]
  • Bill by Sen. Michael Hough would abolish ticket cameras [Danielle Gaines, Frederick News-Post]
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