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Maryland bans thousands of students for refusing government vaccines

9/21/2016 - Thousands of students have been banned from Maryland public schools, after their parents failed to prove compliance with government-mandated vaccine schedules. Students in kindergarten, first grade, second grade and seventh through ninth grades must prove that they have received a series of vaccines...

USDA GMO facility in Maryland burns down after receiving anonymous threats

9/12/2016 - A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) building that's part of a facility specializing in genetic modification caught on fire Tuesday, September 6. Reports confirm that the blaze occurred one week after anonymous threats shut down USDA facilities in five states, including the agricultural research...

Maryland decriminalizes smoking marijuana in public

2/15/2016 - The Maryland General Assembly has overturned a veto by Governor Larry Hogan on a bill that decriminalizes possession of paraphernalia and the smoking of marijuana in public. The bill, known as SB 517, which makes public use of marijuana a civil rather than criminal offense, was voted into law on January...

Maryland woman who ran 'animal shelter' charged with 66 counts of animal cruelty due to extreme neglect

2/6/2016 - The barbarity and depravity of some people knows no limits, and that is certainly true in the case of one Maryland woman whose treatment of scores of dogs was truly criminal. As reported by My MC Media, Katherine Ting Tiong, 47, of Rockville, was charged recently with 66 counts of animal cruelty...

Maryland county considers banning harmful pesticides - with natural, non-toxic lawn care tips

4/29/2015 - The war on pesticides is an ongoing fight, where those concerned about their own health, as well as that of the environment, attempt to convey its problems to those who advocate using them. Most recently, this battle has become very apparent in Montgomery County, Maryland. There, many residents,...

Maryland elementary school introduces smoothie bar to bolster children's fruit and vegetable intake

2/6/2015 - It's no secret that most children crinkle up their noses at the mere thought of consuming vegetables and some fruits, with plenty of parents often struggling to find ways to get them to eat more greens. However, most children can't be fooled by the game of calling a vegetable by another fun-sounding...

Maryland cops profile gun owners in traffic stops and searches

1/24/2015 - A rising number of gun owners in Maryland believe that law enforcement officers may be singling them out for an inordinate number of traffic stops, thereby infringing on their rights to keep and bear arms, among other constitutional protections. The Washington Times, in a recent report, described...

Maryland legislators introduce 'emergency' bill to cut water, electricity to NSA

2/17/2014 - The National Security Agency (NSA), which some have now dubbed the National Spying Agency, could soon be brought to its knees if an initiative launched by the freedom advocacy group Tenth Amendment Center (TAC) is successful. Members of the Maryland House of Delegates have reportedly introduced emergency...

Five counties in Maryland join forces to secede from the state, citing total lack of representation by out-of-touch state capitol

9/20/2013 - Seems like the deep blue state of Maryland has a few red spots in it after all. And the folks who live in them don't want to be there anymore. So, they would love to secede from - Maryland. As Fox News reports, residents living in the state's five western-most counties have been regularly frustrated...

Maryland May Ban Artificial Food Colors

3/26/2009 - The state of Maryland is considering two bills that would impose a ban on a number of food colorings that have been linked to hyperactivity in children. If either of the bills passes, it would make Maryland the first state to prohibit the use of any of the colorings. Under one bill, the food additives...

Maryland to Sue U.S. Army Over Groundwater and Soil Contamination

10/13/2008 - The citizens of Maryland are fed up with the U.S. Army for failing to comply with a clean-up order issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over a year ago, according to an article in the Baltimore Sun by Timothy B. Wheeler. Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler sent the Army...

Forced Vaccinations = Crimes Against Children

12/14/2007 - The Public Health Council in New Jersey has voted to require all children attending preschool or daycare to be injected with not just one vaccine, but four different vaccines. If this rule goes into effect -- and political momentum is certainly in its favor -- New Jersey would be the first U.S. state...

Maryland Health Officials Who Coerce Vaccinations Qualify as "Terrorists" Under New Senate Legislation

11/30/2007 - As we reported yesterday, the U.S. Senate is about to vote on a bill that would criminalize the "planned use of force" to promote a political, religious or social belief. While we strongly disagree with the passage of the law, one curious effect is that it would clearly qualify Maryland's Attorney General...

Maryland Schools Have Huge Financial Stake in Coerced Vaccinations of Schoolchildren

11/21/2007 - What could possibly be behind these forced vaccinations? There are several factors that could be at play, but the primary suspicion that stands out in my mind is money. So I called the communications department of the Prince George's County School District to ask them specifically some questions about...

Children herded like cattle into Maryland courthouse for forced vaccinations as armed police and attack dogs stand guard

11/19/2007 - Following the State of Maryland's threats against parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated, children were herded into a Price George County courthouse being guarded by armed personnel with attack dogs. Inside, the children were forcibly vaccinated, many against their will, under orders from...

Medical Tyranny in Maryland: Parents Threatened With Jail Time for Not Vaccinating Children

11/14/2007 - This is an action item alert for all those who believe in health freedom. State and County officials in Maryland have announced they will send parents to jail if they don't submit their children to forced vaccinations. State Attorney General Glenn F. Ivey has announced he is willing to criminalize parents...

Maryland legislator seeks to ban trans fat

1/25/2007 - Following in the footsteps of New York City, a Maryland delegate has proposed legislation to ban trans fats in the Old Line State. The legislation comes from Democrat James W. Hubbard, whose recent bill in Marylandís House of Delegates would ban restaurants from serving foods with more than a half-gram...

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