Maryland’s state song is on the verge of being repealed.
On March 29, 2021, the Maryland House of Delegates voted in favor of getting rid of “Maryland, My Maryland” as the state song. According to Erie News Now, that this move by the House of Delegates is “the closest legislators have come to removing the pro-Confederate song from the state canon in decades.”
The Black Lives Matter mania of 2020 has created the necessary conditions for certain campaigns to destroy American history, as evidenced in the present case of Maryland. The bill is currently waiting for Governor Larry Hogan to sign it. His spokesman Michael Ricci told CNN,