Tuesday's town hall was meant to foster a “cathartic and therapeutic medium.”
Celebrating our senior class.
For many, the painful memories linger.
Urbanski murdered 2nd Lt. Richard Collins in 2017.
In a sprint session, the General Assembly approved legislation to aid with coronavirus response, make hate crimes easier to prosecute, require University System of Maryland institutions to create outbreak response laws, and more.
The bill still requires Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
The bills would amend Maryland’s hate crime statute to include crimes that are partially hate-based.
The bills would modify Maryland's hate crime statute to include offenses committed either in whole or in part because of hate.
The state legislature is slated to hear bills Tuesday that would broaden Maryland's hate crime statute.
Jurors convicted a former UMD student of first-degree murder in Collins' death.