Tom In the News

  • June 18– Fox5 
    • Montgomery County wants to turn pedestrian shortcuts into actual sidewalks
    • Excerpt: "You want to build public infrastructure based on what people need," Hucker explained, "and a lot of it in Montgomery County of course was created decades ago, and there’s communities that grow and there’s communities that shrink over time, and the infrastructure doesn’t always keep up."
  • June 16– WTOP 
    • Local leaders working to 'fix policing in Maryland'
    • Excerpt: "I will say I’m a little nervous just about the exception that allows the use of chokeholds if the officer believes it is necessary because my colleagues on the public safety committee know that it’s hard to disprove what a police officer believes in the middle of a crisis," Hucker said.
  • June 13– Bethesda Beat 
  • June 12– Montgomery Community Media 
    • Part of Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring to Close for Outdoor Dining
    • Excerpt: "I’m grateful for this unique opportunity to create a more dynamic space for diners to go out with their families and enjoy downtown Silver Spring’s excellent selection of food and drink options in a safe, socially distanced way," Hucker wrote in a news release.
  • June 9– Bethesda Beat 
  • May 22– Bethesda Beat 
    • State still negotiating with Purple Line contractors to keep them on the job
    • Excerpt: "I’m a little surprised that we hadn’t heard about that from you and been briefed before we got to that point," Hucker said to Slater. "You know how important this project is to our whole region. You and we have all spent a huge amount of time on it. It would be appalling to see this get stalled this summer after three years of construction. … Abandonment of a project like this would be unprecedented in our county’s history."
  • May 15– WJLA 
    • Local 1994 to protest outside Montgomery County Councilman Hans Riemer's Takoma Park home
    • Excerpt: "Our workforce is the best asset that we have during a crisis," Hucker told his council colleagues. "They’re on the frontlines performing the essential services and that can’t just be a slogan. Many of them are terrified of getting this virus. Many of them do not want to go to work. Many of them would love to be sitting on a Zoom call rather than driving a bus or out being a social worker treating sick patients, but in fact, they have to go to work because we said they’re essential workers."
  • May 13– Bethesda Beat 
    • Council votes no on employee raises next year due to budget shortfalls
    • Excerpt: "Our employees are the best asset we have during a crisis. … They have to go to work because we said they’re essential workers. That can’t just be a slogan. That’s a responsibility we put on them. It’s also a responsibility on us to treat them like they’re essential and to value them and to pay them like they’re essential," Hucker said.
  • May 8 – Bethesda Beat 
    • County reopens some of its outdoor amenities
    • Excerpt: Council Vice President Tom Hucker asked Dr. Earl Stoddard, executive director of the county’s Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, if there was dangerous mixed messaging in the state’s decision to close schools for the rest of the academic year but open recreational activities.
  • May 4 – Fox5 
    • Builders set to leave Purple Line Rail project
    • Excerpt: "They want to be compensated for their delays, I’ve got to believe that is going to be worked out. I hope it gets worked out without any additional cost to state taxpayers," Hucker said.
  • April 24 – Bethesda Beat 
  • April 20 – Montgomery Community Media 
    • Council Asks State to Review Gun Sales Precautions
    • Excerpt: Council Vice President Tom Hucker explained the impetus for the letter, which was sent to Gov. Larry Hogan, arose after he saw a photo circulating on social media of "long lines out the door and around the block" at Atlantic Guns on Bonifant Street in Silver Spring soon after restrictions about social distancing were put in place.
  • April 18 – WTOP 
    • In midst of pandemic, opposition group considers whether Beltway Expansion is necessary
    • Excerpt: "This group should be thinking about as part of its public messaging making the case that why are we moving forward with this not only when we have a climate crisis, and they’ll say carbon emissions are down post COVID or during this," Hucker said. "But we’re having a huge increase in telecommuting and the world of the future, in the very immediate future, is going to probably see much more telecommuting among white collar workers who have that option."
  • April 17 – Patch 
    • $600M Tax Revenue Shortfall Possible, Tax Hike Criticized
    • Excerpt: "We weren't wild about the budget that was sent over — being fair — and knowing that it was put together built on assumptions that are no longer the case," Hucker said. "I think that we largely agree on this. But having our staff work with the executive branch staff is one thing, asking the executive to work with us to find savings in this unprecedented time and to direct his staff to find savings and give them a target to find savings, I think is the right thing to ask for as well."
  • April 15 – The Forward 
    • Virus outbreak in black-Jewish Baltimore neighborhood leads to anti-Semitic blame game
    • Excerpt: In the Montgomery County suburbs of Washington, D.C., for example, the vice president of the county council, Tom Hucker, told radio station WAMU that the most affected ZIP Codes in his area were home to large Jewish populations. He specifically mentioned elderly Jews, who are at greater risk of infection, and Orthodox Jews, who are likelier to live more densely due to the religious requirement of being within walking distance of a synagogue.
  • April 13 – Bethesda Beat 
    • County Council members promise no tax hike
    • Excerpt: "No one should be under the illusion that there should be increased taxes in the county," Hucker said. "There’s a lot of people who are hurting and a property tax increase would be exactly the wrong message right now."
  • April 13 – Fox5 
    • Health officials caution reactions as Maryland now include coronavirus by zip code
    • Excerpt: "They also shouldn’t draw a conclusion, 'Oh I live in 20904 and I’m at greater risk.' You’re not. It’s just a big place. And remember, these are only the cases we know about. We don’t know if I have it or my neighbor has it or my neighbor’s neighbor has it because we all can have this virus without having the symptoms," said Hucker.
  • April 9 – Bethesda Beat 
    • State hopes to get more funding for grants, loans
    • Excerpt: "We’re all doing the best we can under very difficult circumstances and trying to stand up government relief programs at the county and state and federal levels that are responsive to your needs," Hucker said. "We develop much better policy when we hear directly from you and know what you need."
  • April 6 – WJLA 
  • March 24 – Bethesda Beat 
    • County expediting bill with $20M in emergency grants for small businesses, nonprofits
    • Excerpt: Hucker said Hogan’s action on making small business grants available was good, but he hopes it will be expanded since $10,000 "doesn’t go very far. … This may go to their rent and utility payment, but not much farther. The county has stepped forward with timely and necessary support for our small businesses at such a difficult time."
  • March 17 – Patch 
  • March 13 – Montgomery Community Media 
    • Ride On Will Offer Temporary Free Bus Services
    • Excerpt: Montgomery County Councilmember Tom Hucker shared the news on Twitter, explaining that passengers will board via the rear door in order to limit interactions between passengers and bus operators. The front doors will only be used for the disabled who need a lift to get inside the bus.
  • March 9 – Voice of America 
    • Coronavirus Treatment Urged for Immigrants Regardless of Legal Status
    • Excerpt: County Council Vice President Tom Hucker recently said he was especially worried about transmission of the virus within the county’s large immigrant population. Hucker stressed that it is "very important that these folks know in Montgomery County they’re safe, and they should seek medical attention right away if they have symptoms."
  • March 4 – WTOP 
  • March 3 – Source of the Spring 
    • Proposed Montgomery County Metrobus Cuts Draw Major Pushback
    • Excerpt: "The Montgomery County Council has set ambitious goals to reduce our carbon pollution, to reduce our traffic congestion, to drive our economic development and to address racial inequities. And these proposed cuts directly undercut our ability to reach each of those four goals," Hucker said.
  • Feb. 25 – Fox5 
    • Balloon ban bill to be introduced Tuesday
    • Excerpt: "We want to get the word out that it’s really bad for wildlife, it’s advertised littering and people should just come up with another way to celebrate," Hucker said.
  • Feb. 25 – Montgomery Community Media 
  • Feb. 24 – Patch 
    • Balloon Ban In MoCo Pushes For Higher Fines Than State Bill
    • Excerpt: "Set aside the idea that it's sort of advertised, organized littering — since these (balloons) all come down. The reason for this bill is simply the hazard balloons and ribbons and the other things that are attached to them pose to wildlife, particularly sea birds, turtles, and fish," Hucker said.
  • Feb. 4 – Source of the Spring 
    • County, District Officials Kick Off 16th Street Upgrade Project
    • Excerpt: "This project is going to make our whole community a lot safer," said Hucker during the event. "Both D.C. and Montgomery County made ambitious commitments to Vision Zero, to getting to zero pedestrian traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 2030. We’re a long way from that."
  • Jan. 30 – Catholic Standard 
    • St. Francis International School celebrates 10th Catholic Schools Week
    • Excerpt: "We have many challenges in front of us, but I know with the great work being done at St. Francis, your commitment to raising the next generation of leaders in this commitment of your commitment to raising adults who live for others… we’ll be able to address those challenges together," Hucker said.
  • Jan. 29 – Bethesda Beat 
    • State panel questions ‘consent’ bill tied to 270/495 toll proposal
    • Excerpt: "Why in the world shouldn’t the two biggest counties in the state have a say over a toll road that would affect two million residents?" Hucker, a former state delegate, said, referring to Montgomery and Prince George’s. "This bill would require [the state] to negotiate and seek approval from us, and that’s something I think common sense says we should all agree on."
  • Jan. 26 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Thirteen state lawmakers from Montgomery seek Democratic convention delegate slots
    • Excerpt: "I think we have multiple strong candidates. There are characteristics each one has that I like and admire," Hucker said, adding: "I think the most important thing — given this existential threat to our democracy posed by the current occupant of the White House — is that the Democrats all need to get behind the winner strongly, and to avoid a lot of division that haunted us four years ago."
  • Jan. 24 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Some in Montgomery interested in succeeding Franchot as comptroller
    • Excerpt: "I haven’t had any time to consider it," [Hucker] said, adding: "It’s always flattering when people encourage you to look into some other role. But I’m very happy with my current job, and it keeps me very busy." Hucker also characterized discussion of the 2022 comptroller’s race as "pretty premature — we have a presidential race in front of us."
  • Jan. 23 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
    • Bike registration, stipends and zoning dominate CC meeting
    • Excerpt: "Human trafficking is a major problem all around the world, and sadly our county is no exception to this global scourge," said Hucker. "With help from our community partners, we have made great progress raising awareness and fighting this disgrace in our county."
  • Jan. 22 – Bethesda Beat 
  • Jan. 22 – Montgomery Community Media 
  • Jan. 21 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Late objection delays vote on mandatory air conditioning
    • Excerpt: "DHCA is allowed to change their minds just like council members are allowed to change their minds," Hucker said in a phone interview after the meeting. "I think the amendments would invite a lot of mischief from unscrupulous landlords."
  • Jan. 18 – WDVM 
    • Montgomery County officials host a community forum to combat voter suppression
    • Excerpt: "Even though every member of the county council, state delegation, and the county executive are all for it the board of elections has said no. So now I’ve asked Senator Smith to put in state legislation to compel them to set up an early voting center in White Oak under state law. We shouldn’t have to go through that trouble, it's happening because of the blatant voter suppression by the Montgomery board of elections," Hucker said.
  • Jan. 17 – Maryland Matters 
    • Montgomery Asks to Opt Out of Election Day Wireless Networks
    • Excerpt: In a joint letter to the board, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D), County Council President Sidney Katz (D) and Council Vice President Tom Hucker (D) said they believe the network is unnecessary and could be vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks.
  • Jan. 9 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
    • Hogan: ‘The most historic vote we’ve taken in the Board of Public Works in years’
    • Excerpt: "It’s truly remarkable that our unfunded grassroots organizing effort has forced Gov. Hogan to dramatically shrink his signature highway-widening proposal and adopt the balanced ICC Diversion Alternative we put on the table six months ago – one that 1) avoids Beltway widening and the taking of homes and dozens of acres of Rock Creek, Sligo Creek, and Northwest Branch Parks, improves 270 and the Legion Bridge and 2) for the first time, dedicates tens of millions of dollars to transit improvements," Hucker said.
  • Jan. 7 – Maryland Matters 
    • Analysis: A Bumpy Road to a Highway Compromise
    • Excerpt: "Everybody — tells me we exceeded expectations for the resistance to this project and the terrible process that advanced it," said Hucker, who chairs the council’s transportation and environment committee. "The comptroller wisely changed his position and stood up for the county and our right to be at the table."
  • Jan. 4 – WAMU 
  • Jan. 3 – Montgomery Community Media 
    • Franchot, Hogan Agree on Highway-widening Plan
    • Excerpt: "It is personally gratifying due to all organizing we’ve done and all people who’ve come to the rally in Silver Spring, to see governor abandon his plan and embrace the alternative we put forward," Hucker said.
  • Jan. 2 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
  • Dec. 26 – Bethesda Beat 
    • New Crosswalk Signal Installed at Site of Fatal Pedestrian Crash
    • Excerpt: During a Nov. 19 briefing with county and state transportation officials, Council Members Tom Hucker and Andrew Friedson asked MCDOT and the Maryland State Highway Administration why more HAWK signals weren’t installed at busy pedestrian intersections.
  • Dec. 17 – The Baltimore Sun 
    • Cell phone enforcement cameras: a potentially life-saving idea worth trying
    • Excerpt: Recently, Tom Hucker, vice-president of the Montgomery County Council and chair of its transportation subcommittee, urged state lawmakers to take action. He wants the Maryland General Assembly to approve legislation in the upcoming 2020 session authorizing the county to operate stationary, automated video cameras capable of detecting when drivers are using cell phones in a moving vehicle.
  • Dec. 17 – WAMU 
  • Dec. 17 – Maryland Matters 
  • Dec. 13 – ABC News Radio 
    • Maryland councilmember proposes video cameras to thwart texting and driving
    • Excerpt: "If we’re serious about traffic safety, we need to look at using the best available technology to keep people safe and use the best tools at our disposal," Hucker said.
  • Dec. 12 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
  • Dec. 4 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Montgomery County Passes ‘Landmark’ Police Advisory Bill
    • Excerpt: "There are plenty of supporters of the police out there who feel like this was moved forward by a council that is somehow hostile to the police and driven by some kind of special interest agenda. On the other hand, there are community advocates whose first reaction to the bill as it was written was, ‘Oh, it shouldn’t have a representative from the police department or the police union.’ That is absolutely misguided, as well, because this bill is all about dialogue," Hucker said.
  • Dec. 3 – Montgomery Community Media 
  • Nov. 27 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
  • Oct. 29 – Bethesda Beat 
    • County Council Approves New Montgomery Transportation Director
    • Excerpt: "Transportation touches every life in the county. And while people are not always happy with the pace of construction on [U.S.] 29 or the amount of money we have for neighborhood resurfacing, they’re always happy with your performance," Hucker said
  • Sept. 28 – WTOP 
    • Montgomery Co. Democrats urge additional early voting site in White Oak
    • Excerpt: "Unfortunately, in my district in particular, in Burtonsville and in Silver Spring … some people wait in line for up to two hours to vote. It’s not their job to put a price on people’s voting rights, and it’s not their role to approve the county or state budget," Hucker says
  • Sept. 24 – The Washington Post 
    • Maryland cuts funding for Corridor Cities Transitway
    • Excerpt: "There are thousands of people in Gaithersburg, Germantown and Clarksburg who bought homes and invested in businesses with the promise that the state was going to build a high-quality transitway," Hucker says
  • Sept. 20 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Purple Line Likely Won’t Open in Montgomery County Until 2023
    • Excerpt: The company has also committed to adding 55 new trees along Wayne Avenue in Silver Spring. Residents in the area have been concerned about tree removal since the start of construction, when it became clear that more trees would be removed in the area than originally anticipated. "That’s exciting to hear," Hucker says
  • Sept. 17 – WDVM 
    • Officials introduce county-wide program to target racial equity issues
    • Excerpt: "We have been moving in this direction for many years, this council has raised the minimum wage, we’ve strengthened tenants’ rights, we make our transportation system more equitable," Hucker says
  • Sept. 12 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
    • Air conditioning bill makes its way toward becoming a law
    • Excerpt: "Air conditioning is more than a matter of comfort for many people. Especially for the elderly and those with chronic health conditions, it’s a matter of life or death. And climate change is only exacerbating the problem, as just six weeks ago we lived through the hottest month ever recorded on the planet," Hucker says
  • Aug. 8 – The Washington Post 
  • Aug. 8 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Two-Year Inspection of Montgomery Apartments Yields 31,000 Violations
    • Excerpt: "People are cynical about politicians and say we just are always driven by the polls. Well, nobody fights for tenants’ rights because they think this is really going to help them politically. We do it because it’s the right thing to do and … this is a landmark achievement," Hucker says
  • Aug. 8 – NBC Washington 
  • Aug. 7 – WDVM 
    • Officials call for improvements on Old Georgetown Road
    • Excerpt: "What there needs to be, if not a separated bike lane which is what we’ve envisioned in our master plan, at least a buffer of 5 feet wide of grass so that any cyclist or pedestrians are not right next to the cars," Hucker says
  • July 22 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Montgomery Officials Say Fear of Deportation Affects Immigrant Community
    • Excerpt: "When Trump came out and said we would have this big surge, people have been making decisions. Do they go to the post office? Do they go to the dry cleaner? People are afraid to leave their homes. They’re ordering stuff online. And that’s whether they’re here legally or not," Hucker says
  • July 17 – The Washington Times 
    • Heat wave to engulf D.C., Maryland and Virginia
    • Excerpt: "As climate change worsens, we are going to see hotter days for longer periods of time, so it will be more important than ever that tenants have access to a safe and cool environment," Hucker says
  • July 16 – Bethesda Beat 
    • County Council Bill Would Require Landlords to Put Air Conditioning in Units
    • Excerpt: Hucker said during Tuesday’s meeting he has heard stories of residents whose air conditioning is either broken or non-existent, and that one 80-year-old woman he had spoken with freezes water bottles and places them in her lap to stay cool during the summer months. "That shouldn’t be happening in 2019 in Montgomery County," he said.
  • July 8 – WDVM 
    • Montgomery County looking into ways to be pesticide free
    • Excerpt: "All the different strategies parks is employing to get rid of weeds short of using pesticides including integrated pest management which is a strategy to basically remove weeds and use more natural methods and use pesticides only as a last resort," Hucker says
  • July 2 – Bethesda Beat 
    • Pedestrian Crashes Up 14% in First Half of 2019
    • Excerpt: "I’m hopeful (the pedestrian master plan) will be a tool in our toolbox, but I don’t want to wait for that. I want to continue to push the police to do more enforcement and for the Department of Transportation to do more assessments and redesigns of dangerous intersections and corridors," Hucker says
  • July 1 – Montgomery Community Media 
  • July 1 – WAMU 
    • Metro Includes Bus Trips In Monthly Metrorail Pass And Adds More Red Line Service
    • Excerpt: "Ending the Silver Spring turnback was only fair and just for the 11,000 Metro riders on the eastern end of the Red Line, who for decades have been paying the same fares as everyone else, but received only half the service. It’s gratifying to see the years-long advocacy efforts of our community groups, Metro board representatives and the Council finally pay off," Hucker says
  • June 24 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
  • June 24 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
    • County Council finalizes legislation
    • Excerpt: "This bill was really inspired by the long-suffering tenants of the Enclave apartment building (in Silver Spring), which is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, residential property in Montgomery County," Hucker says
  • June 25 – Bethesda Beat 
  • June 14 – Washington Business Journal 
  • June 6 – Maryland Matters 
    • Hogan’s Road Compromise Praised, But Many Critics Remain Skeptical
    • Excerpt: "For the first time, the governor is indicating he wants us at the table, and he’s trying to accommodate our input. I don’t think he got all the details exactly matched up with our position, but that’s fine. I’m hopeful we’re going to be able to sit down with them and work some of this out in a way that makes both of us happy," Hucker says
  • June 6 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
    • County leaders object to rising hate in schools
    • Excerpt: "We’ve seen swastikas increased in schools in Montgomery County and shootings in mosques as far away as New Zealand, and bigotry and hatred are on the march. And dictators and authoritarian regimes are growing around the world, incredibly because of the climate that has been created by the temporary occupant of the White House and others," Hucker says
  • June 5 – A Miner Detail 
    • 5 takeaways from Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting
    • Excerpt: Hucker was polite, courteous and practical, pointing out where he disagreed with the governor’s plan but emphasizing relief policies where they can find consensus.
  • June 3 – The Baltimore Sun 
    • Maryland Gov. Hogan's toll lane project in D.C. suburbs causes dissent
    • Excerpt: "[Gov. Hogan] decided to spend his Sunday, instead of attending and engaging people, insulting residents and saying that — calling people ‘pro-traffic activists’ and they are plotting to keep people stuck in traffic. It’s so demeaning and insulting to Montgomery County and Prince George’s County residents who were there," Hucker says
  • May 30 – Montgomery County Sentinel 
    • Town hall meeting draws opposition to highway expansion
    • Excerpt: "Neglecting public input and the input of our local government is the wrong thing to do on any project, but it’s especially wrong on this project. This isn’t just any project; this is the largest P3 project in North American History," Hucker says
  • May 23 – WTOP 
    • Opponents to Beltway, 270 toll lanes speak out at town hall
    • Excerpt: "People are concerned about the same things, they’re concerned about the impact on neighborhoods, the impact on our environment, the lack of progress on real congestion because of the imbalance, because of the fact it doesn’t include transit," Hucker says
  • May 15 – WTOP 
  • May 6 – Patch 
    • Lead Drinking Water Bill Vote Scheduled May 7
    • Excerpt: "We can't take any chances with the health of our children. We need to set an updated standard that's more health protective and contemporary for Montgomery County based on the best contemporary science," Hucker says
  • May 3 – WTOP 
  • May 2 – Bethesda Beat 
  • March 25 – Bethesda Beat 
    • New Limits On Parking Spaces Being Debated
    • Excerpt: "Built into this is the assumption that everyone has good transit options … there’s nothing wrong with this but it doesn’t put any more buses on the street, it doesn’t make Metro go where it doesn’t go," Hucker says
  • January 3 – WDVM 
    • Montgomery County makes progress in opioid battle
    • Excerpt: Our efforts in public education, training for first-responders and more treatment options appear to be paying off, Hucker says
  • June 30 – The Sentinel 
  • June 29 – Montgomery County Council
    • County Lawmakers praise new 'Enterprise Zone" for Burtonsville/Briggs Chaney
    • Excerpt:  Councilmember Hucker joined with the District 14 State Delegation this year to call on the Department of Commerce to create Enterprise Zone. The Enterprise Zone program provides real property and state income tax credits to businesses that create jobs and make capital investments. This program will support small businesses in Burtonsville and Briggs Chaney.
  • June 27 – Bethesda Magazine
    • County Council Dives Into Battle Over Legal Definition for a "Country Inn"
    • Excerpt:  A coalition of community groups is lauding a County Council proposal that could derail plans to build a banquet hall with guest rooms near the historic Old Angler’s Inn in Potomac." Tom Hucker and Marc Elrich propose new zoning restrictions to help keep the unwanted establishment out of the community.
  • June 22 –  WJLA
  • May 5 – WTOP
    • Montgomery Co. commute fix could put county on hook for WMATA
    • Excerpt:  "An effort to bring some limited short-term relief to commuters in the congested Route 29 corridor could leave Montgomery County on the hook for millions of dollars to Metro, the county’s transportation department warned a council committee Thursday."
  • May 2 – The Washington Post
  • April 24 – WTOP
    • Montgomery Co. bill may help foreclosed homes get on the market
    • Excerpt:  "A coalition of community groups is lauding a County Council proposal that could derail plans to build a banquet hall with guest rooms near the historic Old Angler’s Inn in Potomac." Tom Hucker and Marc Elrich propose new zoning restrictions to help keep the unwanted establishment out of the community.
  • March 7 – WJLA
    • Urban farm bill passes in Montgomery County
    • Excerpt: “The more we can grow healthy food close by, and reduce the food miles, the greenhouse gas footprint of bringing food from all over and the more we can create an opportunity for local students in an urban environment like Silver Spring to come right here and see where their food comes from,” said Councilman Hucker.
  • February 14 – WTOP
  • February 13 – WHAG
    • Stand-off spills into streets of Silver Spring over unionizing
    • Excerpt: “They're trying to organize a union. They've never had one,” said Tom Hucker, Montgomery County Council member. “We support their efforts to do that. If nurses vote to have a union, they should have one, and management shouldn't fight that." Nurses told WHAG they've been pulled from patients' rooms by management to discuss the ills of unionizing.”
  • February 24 – Bethesda Magazine

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