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Last month, two Johns Hopkins public health professors published a 143-page paper that’s won them widespread condemnation from human rights groups.
A day after U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced a lawsuit against the state of North Carolina over its laws discriminating against transgender people, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined in the fight.
Starting on October 1 (this Wednesday), a number of new laws take effect in Maryland. They involve drugs, discrimination, domestic violence, and driving. Read on to be reminded how not to run afoul of the law:
Marijuana decriminalization. Stoners, rejoice: As of this week, if you’re caught with less than 10 grams of marijuana, you’ll face civil charges (instead of criminal ones). First time offenders can expect a $100 fine, rising to $500 the third time you get caught.