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Moorish Science Temple of America

Maryland Public Service Program

          Historically, ongoing efforts to eliminate state and federal obligations to indigenous Asiatic Peoples included racial misidentifications which were systematically injected throughout the newly formed United States of America in the late 18th century. Today, many American citizens struggle with issues tied to the affirmation of identity, citizenship and heritage. These issues stem from a toxic combination of social mislabeling and skewed information presented as historical fact.

          To provide remedies to the "American" identity crisis, the Maryland Public Service Committee of the Moorish Science Temple of America has developed a comprehensive public service program focused on teaching the principles of citizenship and various techniques for introducing improvements in local communities through legislative activitiy. Our program emphasizes the importance of economic security, and operates under the auspice of the directives outlined in A Divine Warning by the Prophet for the Nations.

          In the context of the Maryland legislative process, our public service program promotes the following principles:

1. Moorish-American citizens freely submit to the jurisdiction of, and pledge allegiance to, the Republic of the United States of America, and agree to abide by any and all laws and rules of the federal government and constituent states.

2. Moorish-American citizens wholeheartedly recognize and embrace all civic duties, obligations, and responsibilities for managing all cultural, political and economic operations in their local communities.

For more information, please inquire at:

Moorish Science Temple of America
c/o Maryland Public Service Committee
2923 Rockrose Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland    21215

Maryland General Assembly

2017 LEGISLATIVE SESSION - January 11 - April 10, 2017

437th session of General Assembly convened in Annapolis, Maryland

The General Assembly is Maryland's legislative body representing 47 districts. There are 47 Senators and 141 Delegates.

The Senate Committees are: Budget and Taxation, Education-Health-Environmental Affairs, Finance, and Judicial Proceedings.

The House Committees are: Appropriations, Economic Matters, Environment-Transportation, Health-Government Operations, Judiciary, Ways-Means, and House Rules and Executive Nominations.

2016 Fiscal Year - Maryland General Fund Revenue

          In compliance with Section 6-106(b) of the State Finance and Procurement Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, the State of Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates has prepared its new estimates of State revenues for the fiscal year ended on June 30, 2016 as follows:

          The Board of Revenue Estimates submitted revised general fund revenue estimates for fiscal year 2016. After review of the current estimates in light of the most recent economic data and developments, as well as year-to-date revenue collections for fiscal year 2016, Board of Revenue Estimates submitted estimated general fund revenues for fiscal year 2016 of $16.435 billion.

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