Maryland Matters, a site for news about Maryland government and politics, recognized Ashlie Bagwell as a “Winner” for her pro bono work for the 10-year-old kid who wanted to make chromite the official state mineral. “Sine Die: The Winners and Losers”
Ashlie Bagwell: The lobbyist with Harris Jones & Malone was part of the feel-good story of the session, doing pro bono work for the 10-year-old kid who wanted to make chromite the official state mineral. The bill didn’t make it, but it was a nice gesture. It was a good year for Bagwell outside of Annapolis as well: Her alma mater, the University of South Carolina, won the women’s NCAA basketball championship this month, and the men’s team went to the Final Four.