Watch us work!
Happening NOW: The Public Safety Subcommittee continues its work on HB670, the Police Reform and Accountability Act of 2021, sponsored by @SpeakerAJones
Tune in HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmlzZqDqPKc&feature=emb_logo
@SicTransit34 @Senatornjk @GabrielAcevero @DelegateReznik I believe we’re voting on this bill in committee on Friday. Looking forward to getting governors out of the parole process!
@DylanGoldberg Dare to dream!
@emmyruiz @cameronhardesty’s Poppy is top notch! It’s the only woman owned, socially responsible flower company I know of and the flowers are beautiful!
More! More! More Vaccines on the way! Week 12 update: https://conta.cc/2ZWQD9D
Coercive sex =\= “hanky panky”
On a bill to prevent law enforcement from having sex with witnesses, suspects or victims during an active investigation, a colleague called it an “anti hanky panky bill.” SMH. #working4md
Despite paying taxes, ITIN holders are ineligible for many of the lifelines other Maryland taxpayers have come to depend on: unemployment, the federal stimulus payments, and emergency rental assistance.
ITIN holders contribute millions to our state’s economy every year.
They have paid more than $530 million in taxes over the last 10 years--collectively, 8% of their total income.
Maryland’s wealthiest paid just 5.4% of their total income.
....and Trump paid $750.00. 🧐
That's why we need to pass SB218, which extends the Earned Income Tax Credit, which goes to the lowest-income Marylanders, to ITIN holders for 2020, 2021, and 2022.