The bill would require public higher education institutions to implement new health guidelines aimed at protecting student-athletes.
This is the ninth year that a collective bargaining bill has been introduced in the Maryland General Assembly.
Why won't UMD back basic support for workers?
The bill's supporters assert the university system has failed HBCUs in the past.
The COVID-19 budget cuts will hit staff without staff’s input.
Faculty and staff lives are more important than students’ convenience.
“[Students] need the campus environment as much as they need our courses.”
Those returning in-person to USM institutions will also have to start daily symptom monitoring and reporting 14 days before arriving on campus.
Maryland is joining 16 other states and the District of Columbia in the lawsuit.
The decision was made to ease financial challenges hoisted on students and families by the coronavirus pandemic.