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Letters & Testimony

Common Cause Maryland Testimony on SB 825; Open Meetings Act - Public Body Definition

March 6, 2013

This Common Cause Maryland testimony begins, 'Common Cause Maryland supports SB 825, which would clarify the Open Meetings Law to explicitly include subcommittees of the standing committees of the General Assembly. It has been a long-standing procedure by both chambers to keep subcommittee meetings open to the public. However, the law itself is silent as to whether subcommittee meetings are considered covered by the act, and an Attorney General opinion last summer has created doubt as to whether the law applies or not.'

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Democracy Wire

202 Days Later, why hasn't the Senate #DoYourJob?

October 4, 2016; Blog Post, Status Update

The Supreme Court convened on Monday for a new term with an old problem: 202 days after President Obama nominated Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy left by the death last February of Justice Antonin Scalia, the seat remains open and the court remains evenly split between “liberal” and “conservative” factions.

Enterprise Leaves ALEC!

September 22, 2016; Blog Post, Status Update

Good news. Car rental giant Enterprise announced Wednesday that it has left the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a secretive corporate lobbying group that masquerades as a charity.

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