Yolanda Vazquez talks with Maryland State Delegate from District 41, Jill P. Carter. They discuss the 2019 Legislative Session and how it’s going so far this year. They also discuss Juvenile Justice, and Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement. For more information on Delegate Jill P. Carter, visit the General Assembly of Maryland website.
By Luke Broadwater,The Baltimore Sun Jill P. Carter, the director of Baltimore’s Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement, on Tuesday filed to run for state Senate against Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks, who is facing federal corruption charges. Carter, a former state delegate, becomes the third candidate in the race along with Oaks…
Jill P. Carter, director of Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights, has been appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan take over the 41st District Senate seat, recently vacated by Nathaniel Oaks. Oaks resigned the West Baltimore senate seat last month after pleading guilty to federal corruption charges.
Leaders of the Maryland legislature reacted with alarm to a report that nearly a dozen members of the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors have lucrative business deals with the institution.