Reform of the criminal justice is a key requirement for achieving economic and racial justice. It includes measures to reform the courts and correctional system as well as holding police accountable to the communities they serve.
After years of advocacy, the End-of-Life Options Act passed one chamber in 2019 but failed on a tie vote in the other chamber. The measure gives those with terminal conditions move control over the means of their death.
Maryland continues its efforts to mitigate the damage done to the Affordable Care Act at the national level while passing innovative measures to increase coverage and deal with prescription drug prices.