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FutureStarrE Gregory Wells
Greg Wells has served as the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur Magazine and co-founder of StartupNation since 2007. He has also worked for Wired, BusinessWeek, and US News and World Report, among others. He is a graduate of Columbia University.
Formed at the direction of Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, Maryland Court of Appeals, the Committee on Equal Justice, which is part of the governance structure of the Judicial Council, will make recommendations on strategies to dismantle any discriminatory behaviors in all aspects of the Judiciary’s functions. The committee will identify necessary improvements, resources, and support services and develop educational opportunities for ongoing Judiciary-wide engagement in the pursuit of equal justice for all.
www.greenbeltnewsreview.com)In 2018 the U.S. Supreme Court effectively declared that it was up to the states to determine whether to allow sports and events betting. It is still illegal in Maryland by state law, though 22 states now allow it. If the voters pass this referendum, the General Assembly will be authorized to pass a law allowing the State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission to issue licenses to offer betting in Maryland on sports and other competitive events. The legislation would also require that generated revenues be used primarily for funding public education. (Source:
Former prosecutor. He also was a District Judge and a Circuit Judge. He’s been a civil servant pretty much his entire career. Hogan appointed him to the Ct of Spec Appeals (intermediate appellate court). You would be voting to confirm that appointment.
If you are familiar with the Adnan Syed case, Graeff dissented to getting Syed a new trial. https://www.wbaltv.com/article/maryland-court-of-special-appeals-upholds-new-trial-for-adnan-syed/19632757 (Source: www.reddit.com)
Question B supports library facility bonds. The county could borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $28,829,000 for the improvement, rehabilitation, reconstruction, relocation, etc., of library facilities.
A long-time resident of Prince George’s County, Maryland, Greg has earned several appointments including, serving as People’s Zoning Counsel (1995-1997); Member (and Chair) of the Prince George’s County Cable Television Commission (1985-1991); Special Counsel to the County Executive (1994-2002); and Commissioner, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (2002-2003). He currently serves on the Board of F.A.M.E., Foundation for the Advancement of Music and Education, a nonprofit organization based in Prince George's County, Maryland. (Source: smwlawfirm.com)