The governor announced last week he was receiving his last chemotherapy treatment.
Kamenetz was the executive of Baltimore County and a mainstay in Maryland politics.
Caret received a $75,000 bonus at a closed meeting in June, sparking backlash.
A similar ban was enacted in Prince George’s County in 2016.
Versions of the bill failed to pass through committees in both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly nine times.
The College Democrats and this university’s chapter of Our Revolution hosted the event.
U.S. District Judge Theodore D. Chuang called the latest ban an “inextricable re-animation of the twice-enjoined Muslim ban.”
After the federal funding agreement is signed, construction on the long-awaited rail line can begin.
The bill allows for birth control access without a doctor’s prescription.
Fifty-seven percent of graduates in the state leave school with student debt.