A D.C. cannabis activist moves to Maryland to organize against a Republican Congressperson. Virginia's legislature is back for a special session to craft a budget, but will Medicaid expansion continue to be a sticking point? All that and more on the Politics Hour.
A recent court ruling has set precedent for how adults should be held liable for damages caused by underage drinkers who consume alcohol in their homes. The decision came at a time where the state has been wrestling over how and when to penalize adults in situations where they’re complicit with underage drinking. We explore the ramifications of the decision and other solutions advocates are pushing to stem underage drinking in Maryland and across the region.
- Lisa Spicknall State Program Director, Maryland State Office, Mothers Against Drunk Driving
- Steven Klepper Lead appellate attorney, Kramon & Graham; editor-in-chief, Maryland Appellate Blog
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