Critical Legislation

As a strong supporter of increased security funding for institutions that may be at risk for hate crimes or attacks, I was very pleased to see the JT’s “Jewish Institutions to See More Security Funding” (Sept. 1) highlight the important piece of legislation the Maryland General Assembly passed in our 2017 session. One of government’s… Read More

Students Converge On Annapolis for Nonpublic School Advocacy Day

Nearly 1,400 private school students descended on Annapolis on March 1 — ahead of state budget proceedings — to advocate for scholarship money for low-income students. The record-setting number of students turned out for Nonpublic School Advocacy Day, which was hosted by the Maryland Council for American Private Education (CAPE) and addressed by Gov. Larry… Read More

Muslim Ban Inspires Protests in Maryland

Protests erupted nationwide in the wake of an executive order from President Donald Trump that bars citizens from seven majority Muslim countries from entering the United States for 90 days and suspends the admission of refugees for 120 days. Airports around the country, including Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport, were… Read More