A businesswoman appointed by Gov. Wes Moore to serve on the powerful Maryland Stadium Authority board made a passionate plea to state lawmakers who are considering whether to confirm her but are concerned about her past legal and financial issues. Yolanda Maria Martinez said she had moved on from those issues — which include a personal bankruptcy and lawsuits against her for unpaid debts — and would bring a “fiscally responsible” background to the role that, among other duties, makes decisions about leases and renovations for Baltimore’s sports stadiums.
Senate panel doesn’t advance Gov. Wes Moore’s pick for spot on Maryland Stadium Authority board
March 15, 2023