The group, formerly known as Fearless Student Employees, is continuing a yearslong effort that would allow them to negotiate wages, hours and other conditions.
The law aims to prevent waste before it occurs, feed people and animals, recycle non-edible food waste and reduce greenhouse gasses emitted from landfills.
Dual juris doctorate and master’s of public policy candidate Riley Grace Roshong has been working on LGBTQ+ issues in Maryland for several years.
The unification began in April after the AFSCME International Union and executive boards of Council 3 and Council 67 voted in its favor.
Sarah Wolek, a senior faculty specialist in this university’s business school, filled a vacant District 16 delegate seat at the beginning of April.
The budget’s investments in public education are “historic,” according to the Maryland State Education Association, the state’s largest teachers’ union.
The state legislature passed the Trans Health Equity Act this session, which would require Maryland Medicaid to expand its coverage of gender-affirming treatments if Gov. Wes Moore signs it into law.
Gov. Wes Moore and other state leaders’ priority legislation, including cannabis, gun control and abortion bills, successfully passed.
The bill’s passage came two days before the end of the 2023 legislative session.