Pimlico A Poor Use for Funding

By Corey Johns. I love sports – I was a sportswriter for years, even owning my own sports news website covering all local events. Covering the Preakness was always a true highlight of the year. The Preakness means so much to Baltimore, and the tradition of 149 years in Baltimore is just truly remarkable. After negotiations to try to keep the Preakness in Baltimore at … Continue reading Pimlico A Poor Use for Funding

It is Time to Adopt Ranked Choice Voting

By Corey Johns. The last three election cycles – 2016 presidential, 2018 midterm, and the current 2020 presidential – the Democratic Party and Republican Party in Maryland have both been faced with huge lists of candidates for a primary election, yet voters could only select one candidate as their vote. In 2016, Republican primary ballots in some states featured 12 candidates. In 2018, Maryland Democrats … Continue reading It is Time to Adopt Ranked Choice Voting

Maryland Overdue on Vulnerable Adults Protections

By Corey Johns. Baltimore County is seeing an increase in the populations of both the elderly and adults with autism. Both groups would fall into the category of vulnerable adults, but under state law, there are no protections against emotional abuse for vulnerable adults like there are for juveniles. District 42B delegate Michele Guyton introduced a bill to the House in the last session to … Continue reading Maryland Overdue on Vulnerable Adults Protections