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2020-05-12 17:36:51 -0400
I am reaching out to inquire about applying for scholarship for my high school daughter (Taylor H. Jackson) who attend George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Tech in Baltimore county. I would like to know how I can get and application so that we can applied for a scholarship 20-21
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2020-04-24 20:56:48 -0400
I am reaching out to inquire about the scholarship. Is it open for students to still apply? If so, where can I find the application?
2018-10-22 10:11:29 -0400
I’m 43 this year and if everything goes well I’ll be a first time father in January 2019. I’ve been hoping for legalization of marijuana since I was old enough to vote. It’s no worse than alcohol and I find it’s prohibition to be morally irresponsible for a number of reasons. Number one, its a crime to possess, use or sell it. It pains me to think of the lost opportunities and lives derailed by a criminal conviction for a harmless drug. No
? The loss of tax revenue is cutting off the nose to spite the face. With so many needs for the people of Maryland and so many programs underfunded it is an absolute sin to leave that money in the black market. Lastly I think the fear of prosecution is harmful to society. I wouldn’t like for anyone to have to look over their shoulder and live in fear for what is such a harmless activity conducted by consenting adults, that’s just an Orwellian embarrassment and overreach of government. Full legalization of marijuana is long over due. Do something for this generation and get these laws passed. And expunge the records of those convicted of possession.
2018-08-02 14:21:10 -0400
Dear Delegate Young,
We spoke on the phone briefly about having you join the Chesapeake Climate Action Network for a legislative briefing to discuss the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Initiative and to answer any questions you may have regarding upcoming energy policy in the 2019 legislature.
CCAN’s policy director, Brooke Harper, will be in Baltimore County between September 10th and September 21st. Do you have any time in your schedule to meet with her for 30 to 45 minutes? If you’re unable to meet in person, she will be conducting weekly webinars and candidate briefings every Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 pm until the general election and you are welcome to
here for one of those as well.
Over 250 candidates for office have pledged their support to ensure that Maryland is on the road to a clean energy future. The Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Initiative is supported by over 660 organizations including the League of Conservation Voters, the Maryland State Conference of the
, as well as the Solar and Wind industry.
In order to highlight your support of the Clean Energy Jobs Act, please feel free to take advantage of our social media tool kit. We will advertise that you are a clean energy candidate across our various platforms and provide ways that you can show that you support investing in Maryland’s clean energy future. Resources are attached to this email for your use.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact Brooke Harper at 301-992-6875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018-05-11 12:36:28 -0400
Good Afternoon Delegate Young, I received a message that you are going to attend a Eagle Court of Honor on the 20th of May at Saint Mark. Sean had left me a message at my home and I just wanted to make clear a couple of items. 1) the time is 2:00PM not 1:00PM as indicated on message 2) there are two boys receiving Eagle that day one in your district one just outside of your district. The reason I bring that up is last time a Delegate came out and was not aware of two
he felt bad only bring one flag. I understand he is out of your district and should not expect anything from you. I just don’t want you to look or feel bad not knowing there was another Scout. We welcome you to attend and thanks for the heads up.