A timeline posted by Baltimore County Public Schools, called A Promise in Progress: The History of African Americans and BCPS - The Story Begins, highlights the historical iniquities between Baltimore County's black and white students and their schools, and earlier strides made to fix those inequities and end segregation.
But the senior Olszewski told The Gunpowder Gazette through an email on Saturday that "it would be entirely permissible for me to lobby the School Board, if and when I ever decide to do so," but he did not contact school board members for that purpose. "Please allow me to stop you here," he said.
Darryl Varnum left a voicemail message in which he threatened to murder a member of the Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) who supported legislation that he opposed.
For those interested in weighing in on the bills, but are unable to testify, letters may be sent to the bill sponsors directly.
Del. Bob Long says he wants to prevent a scandal from happening in the future.
The Gunpowder Gazette plans to track countywide crime monthly, beginning with January 2020 as a starting point.