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Testimony on Electronic Signatures in Voter Registration

By | Jenny Levin
Public Health Advocate

The Maryland Public Interest Group supports the passage of HB 173, authorizing an applicant registering to vote at a voter registration agency to consent to the use of an electronic copy of the applicant's signature that is on file with the voter registration agency as the applicant's signature for the application being submitted; and requiring a voter registration agency to transmit an electronic copy of the signature of specified applicants for voter registration to the State Board within 5 days.

Testimony on Recycling – Apartment Buildings and Condominiums

By | Jenny Levin
Public Health Advocate

The Maryland Public Interest Group supports the passage of HB 1, requiring owners or managers of apartment buildings or condominiums that contain 10 or more units to provide residents with the opportunity for recycling on or before October 1, 2013.

The unfolding events in Japan are a sobering reminder that nuclear power is inherently dangerous.

News agencies have reported radiation measurements from nearby the Fukushima nuclear reactor, as well as in other locations in Japan, such as Tokyo. The following is an attempt to explain those measurements and put them in context.

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