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Gov. Hogan's Maryland Budget Doesn't Stand Up to Analysis for Social Needs
The ostensibly sunny-day Hogan budget puts a heavy load on the General Assembly to adapt it to what Marylanders actually need.
Longtime Alexandria DSA Member Alice Leonard Dies at 101
Metro-DC DSA notes with sadness the passing of longtime local member Alice M. Leonard on February 24 at the age of 101.
Hogan Administration Drops Transit Options from Scheme for Privatized Toll Lanes on Beltway, I-270
On February 14 an advocacy transportation group denounced a quiet move by Hogan’s ethically compromised transportation agency (MDOT) to formally drop all mass transit options from his big plan to add toll lanes to the I-495 Beltway and to I-270.
The Labor, Health and Cultural Costs Of ‘McWorld’ Hamburger Hegemony
In Marxist terms, McDonald’s and its fast-food rivals have made their industry into a corporate “hegemon” – economically, culturally and politically.
Yes, Maryland Is Changing Politically -- It's Due to Activists
Larry Stafford Jr.
The changing ideological disposition of the Maryland General Assembly is the result of wide range of actions organized by visionaries in the state.
NOVA DSA building power in "For us not Amazon" coalition
With only two weeks to go before the Arlington County Board is set to vote on its $23 million incentive package for Amazon, the fight is more important than ever, and there are plenty of opportunities for comrades to get involved.
Richmond DSA Hosts Virginia Statewide DSA Convention
Virginia's DSA Statewide convention, recounted here.
Reflections on the First Year of the Socialists of Faith Caucus and Plans for 2019
The Socialists of Faith Caucus formed in 2018, has operated in the tradition of radical social movements of the past.