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Baltimore Co. ACTION ALERT - - - Bill 3-12, County Code




Citizens ask Maryland State Ethics Commission to Correct
"Use the Wrong Pronouns and You're Out" Ruling
by Montgomery Co. Ethics Commission

The Maryland State Ethics Commission has been asked by Maryland Citizens for Responsible Government (MCRG) to review a Montgomery County Ethics Commission (MCEC) decision which protects Gender Identity confusion over reality. MCRG claims that MCEC's decision was flawed by MCEC's refusal to consider testimony from key witnesses simply because they used pronouns that correctly identified birth sex. In denying the credibility of these witnesses, it appears that MCEC issued a decision based on its own personal bias instead of relying on the ethics law.


Per MCRG's newly filed complaint, MCEC illegally revised the County's ethics code to arrive at its decision, denying MCRG due process under the law. The controversial decision could enable any Montgomery County public employee "off the clock" to harass and intimidate citizens engaging in political activity.


•  MCRG's complaint
•  Montgomery County Ethics Commission's decision
•  original MCRG ethics complaint
•  a video


Dana Beyer Ethics Hearing 10/15/10 Audio recording

Part 1
Part 2

19A-14 "(e) A public employee must not intimidate, threaten, coerce or discriminate against any person for the purpose of interfering with that person's freedom to engage in political activity."


Leggett Signs Gender Identity Bill


By the stroke of a very powerful pen, County Executive Leggett has broken the biological barriers that separate male and female facilities. No longer will women and girls be able to feel completely safe in the most private and personal bathroom and locker facilities of schools, public pools, malls, stores, health clubs, restaurants and other such public places throughout the county. County Executive Ike Leggett signed Bill 23-07, the outrageous legislation that may result in forcing even religious schools to hire transgender teachers; and then also allow cross-dressing but biological males in your daughter’s school locker room.