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Author Archives: Hal Ginsberg
Currently, ORMD members are voting on new officers for the State Organizing Committee (SOC) and signing a petition urging Maryland’s U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen and Congressmembers David Trone, Dutch Ruppersberger, Steny Hoyer, and Andy Harris to … Continue reading
The Lower Shore Progressive Caucus joined other groups on the eastern shore to condemn recent distributions of white supremacist literature in an April 11 letter to the Easton, MD, based Star Democrat: The members of the undersigned organizations condemn the … Continue reading
ORMoCo’s Laura Kaplan-Weissman, M.D., asks Governor Jay Inslee about medical bankruptcies during 4/10/19 CNN Townhall
“In his March 31 Outlook essay, “Why so many saw Mueller as a savior,” Paul Musgrave accurately described the many Democrats and self-described liberals who were desperate for a knight to slay the Trump dragon and so cast aside reason … Continue reading
A large majority of Our Revolution Maryland voters signaled that they want ORMD to endorse Bernie Sanders for President and ratified proposed Bylaws. So we’ve done both. Bernie is our choice to be the Democratic nominee for President in 2020. … Continue reading
Our Revolution Howard County has been super-active. In March, they held 2-3 events per week including a large presence at the March 11 March for Our Schools. April looks like ORHoCo will pack just as strong a progressive punch. Join … Continue reading
ORMD’s State Organizing Committee or SOC took nine months to propose new Bylaws for ORMD going forward. They are designed to foster an organization run by and for its members. Tuesday March 26, the SOC announced their completion. The proposed … Continue reading
In Annapolis with lots of great progressives to testify for Healthy Maryland. ORMD members include OR – Baltimore Chair Sheila Ruth and ORMoCo members Don Bosset, Deborah Schumann, Jim and Donna McGee, and Laura Kaplan-Weissman.
More than 8,500 enthusiastic and energetic teachers, students, labor and community activists, and elected officials joined in the historic March for Our Schools rally in Annapolis Monday March 11. Organized and led by the Maryland State Employees Association, the march … Continue reading