George Hawkins is stepping down as head of DC Water, but he leaves at a moment when the agency is facing criticism over how they bill consumers for stormwater runoff.
An attempt to change Maryland’s congressional voting map will not move forward, according to a panel of federal judges who will wait until the Supreme Court considers a similar case involving Wisconsin’s electoral map. The judges, though, took the opportunity to call political gerrymandering destructive to representative democracy. We discuss the implications for future Maryland elections.
- Mileah Kromer Director, Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center and Associate Professor of Political Science, Goucher College; @MileahKromer
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