In miniature, April 12

  • Courageous and realistic: Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh vetoes city council bill that would have raised minimum wage to $15 [Eric Boehm]
  • Kept in dark, fed manure: how insiders gulled delegates into approving terrible anti-craft-beer bill [Naptown Pint; bill later was amended after crossing to Senate, softening only some of its bad features before approval]
  • Frederick county and city kicked in $10K each to lobby for state assistance to downtown hotel project;
  • Bad prosecutorial behavior: “Judge rules again for Freddie Gray cops in suit against Mosby” [Baltimore City Paper, Marshall Project]
  • The Slants, of Lee v. Tam SCOTUS trademark fame, coming to Frederick’s First Amendment Society at Flying Dog April 16 [First Amendment News] Case was the occasion for Cato to file possibly the most NSFW amicus brief in Supreme Court history;
  • Maryland rescinds its four previous calls for an Article V constitutional convention [Danielle Gaines, Frederick News-Post, and thanks for mention; earlier from me]
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