Be a part of our journey as we educate, organize and advocate for a more just, inclusive and sustainable Maryland.
After reviewing the results of the 2016 Issue Survey and considering the legislation anticipated to come before the 2016 Session of the Maryland General Assembly, the UULM-MD Board of Directors has recommended that UULM-MD’s 2016 Priority Issues be in the areas of climate change, earned sick leave, reform of the criminal justice system, police accountability and death with dignity. Read more...
Annual Meeting Postponed Until Saturday, February 6th.
Due to the extreme weather predicted for Saturday, January 23rd, the UULM-MD 2016 Annual Meeting has been postponed until Saturday, February 6th. Other information remains the same. If you have questions, you may call us at 410-266-8044, ext. 111.
Faith Speaks: Justice Now for All!
Keynote Speaker: Paula Cole Jones
Saturday, February 6, 2016
UU Church of Annapolis
333 Dubois Road, Annapolis, MD
(Snow Date: Saturday, February 6, 2016)
Join UU activists from across the state as we discuss issues of interest to Maryland UUs, how they are interrelated and plan for the 2016 Session of the Maryland General Assembly. Details here...
Join Compassion and Choices Maryland on January 28th for their Lobby Day in support of legislation to expand end of life options. Details here.
Mark your calendar now and make plans to attend one of the Regional Lobby Nights on climate legislation, sponsored by our Coalition partner, the Maryland Climate Coalition! Read more.....
MD Campaign for Women's Economic Security Agenda press conference February 2nd.... Details here...
Let your legislators know that all Maryland workers deserve sick leave and equal pay! Details here...
Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council Report was established to craft a framework of sentencing and corrections policies with the goal of... Read more.
The Maryland General Assembly Public Safety and Policing Work Group was asked to focus on police training resources, recruiting and hiring practices, and the need for a statewide oversight panel... Read more.
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