Aiming to build off their progress in recent years on increasing access to health care and making the criminal justice system more equitable, Maryland’s Legislative Black Caucus said Thursday it will back a lengthy list of legislation and “moral” goals in the annual legislative session that kicked off last week. The caucus, with 66 members between the 141-member House of Delegates and the 47-member Senate, is the largest one of its kind in the country, said its chair, Del. Jheanelle Wilkins, a Montgomery County Democrat.
Maryland’s Legislative Black Caucus pushes for changes to expungements, housing policy in 2024 session
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