The Maryland General Assembly on Dec. 6 listened to its constituents and voted into law collective bargaining rights for community college employees over the governor’s veto. It’s an historic day for tens of thousands of Marylanders who have been denied this basic right. While I am overjoyed that my colleagues and I will soon have the same rights as countless other employees in our state, I am equally dismayed that it took a veto override to make it happen. I have always been a Republican.
Let the Collective Work of Improving Our Colleges Begin
December 22, 2021