Thursday, January 10, 2013
Del. Glass is a Republican who represents parts of southern Harford County.
Del. Glen Glass has been appointed to the House Judiciary Committee, he announced Thursday afternoon. Glass, a Republican representing parts of Harford and Cecil counties, was a member of the Ways and Means Committee since being elected in 2010. "I am honored to have been chosen to serve in this position," Glass said in a statement. "The House Judiciary Committee will certainly be at the forefront of some of the most significant issues facing Maryland and District 34A, including protecting Constitutional freedoms such as protecting the Second Amendment and civil liberties, oversight of the Departments of Justice, legal and regulatory reform, innovation, competition and anti-trust laws, terrorism and crime, immigration reform, death penalty…
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Del. Glen Glass wrote a letter to the editor to again express his opposition to the proposed move of Walmart from Abingdon to Bel Air.
Walmart's proposed move from Abingdon to Bel Air has been a hot topic from the start, with some community members and government officials opposing the project. Del. Glen Glass is among the elected officials against the move and this week submitted a letter to the editor about the issue. "Moving the Wal-Mart is wrong because our quality of life is more important than Wal-Mart’s need to move," Glass writes. You can find a full copy of his letter attached to this story. Glass is a Republican representing District 34A which includes Havre de Grace, Aberdeen and Abingdon. What are your thoughts on the Walmart issue? Leave a comment.
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Del. Glen Glass represents parts of Havre de Grace, Aberdeen and southern Harford County.
Del. Glen Glass recently gave an interview to the Comcast Newsmakers series. Find the interview here. Glass, a member of the House Ways & Means Committee and the Gaming Subcommittee, discussed Smart Meters and petition drives. Follow his Patch blog here. TELL US: What are your thoughts on the interview? Leave a comment.
Monday, July 23, 2012
Del. Glen Glass represents parts of Harford and Cecil counties.
Del. Glen Glass (R-Harford) maintains that he will not attend a special session on gambling if one is called. As of Monday, Glass was the only elected official publicly declaring that he would boycott a session. Gov. Martin O'Malley referenced such a boycott in a comment last week. "Look some delegates might not come, and they will have to answer to their people for that. I think most delegates will come, and I think that even those who might want to vote against it, will understand that they have an obligation to the people that they represent, and that they serve to show up for work," O'Malley said, according to WBAL. Glass reiterated his stance Monday, releasing the following statement: "The Governor is correct that we do have an …
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Maryland State Delegate Glen Glass represents Harford and Cecil Counties.
Maryland State Delegate Glen Glass announced Tuesday his intention to boycott a special session on gambling expansion, if one is called. Gov. Martin O'Malley told reporters in June he would be open to calling a special session the week of July 9, according to an article in The Baltimore Sun. The governor said he would likely introduce a bill on gambling expansion during the session, according to the same article. A work group on gambling could not reach an agreement and negotiations collapsed in mid-June, according to the newspaper. Glass, a Republican representing Harford and Cecil counties, contends the session would be, "nothing more than a 'get-it-done-quick' Special Session," according to a news release from the delegate. "If we are …