Do you support the findings of the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education? Are you committed to funding associated reforms, and if so, how?
Is Maryland's transportation spending appropriately balanced between roads and transit? Does the state have the resources to meet its transportation needs? With the cancellation of the Red Line and the advent of BaltimoreLink, is the Baltimore region adequately served by transit?
Do you support the legalization of recreational marijuana?
At a time when the federal government's commitment to Chesapeake Bay restoration is questionable, what new steps should Maryland take to protect this resource?
Quinn: Take care of the Congowingo Damn issue.
What steps should Maryland take to ensure the broadest possible access to affordable health care?
Quinn: Seems like every time Government attempts to make health care affordable the cost just goes up. Almost seems that government is the problem. I am willing to put everything on the table to fix the problems our government created.
What role should the state play in helping Baltimore address violent crime?
Quinn: Whatever it takes as long as the state follows the law and doesn’t use the army to do the police departments job.
How would you characterize Maryland's business climate? What can the state do to foster the creation of more family-supporting jobs?
Quinn: Seems like Governor Hogan’s plan is to pay businesses to come here than allow those few businesses to operate tax free while the rest of us pick up the tab. My plan would be to end those programs and lower corporate rates for all businesses. I would also end personal property tax.
Do you support the creation of a non-partisan, independent body to draw legislative and congressional district maps after each census?
Quinn: I am willing to try anything within the law.
Does the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights adequately balance protections for police and the public? Should it be changed, and if so, how?
Quinn: I am still studying this issue.
What strategy would you adopt to address the opioid addiction and overdose crisis?
Quinn: First we need to stop Doctors from getting people hooked on opioids in the first place. Next we need to start treating addicts instead of arresting them. We must put an end to the drug war.
What if anything should the state do to address income inequality?
Quinn: There will never be income equality while we live in a free market. I am in favor of the free market.
Do the state's Public Information Act and open meetings laws adequately ensure Marylander's ability to exercise oversight of the government?