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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore's shot in the dark to reduce violenceoffenders are not likely to solve Baltimore’s violence problem, but the legisla
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
offenders are not likely to solve Baltimore’s violence problem, but the legislation is worth trying, with some amendments Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young kicked off today’s hearing on proposed mandatory minimum sentences... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Council committee to debate 1-year mandatory sentence for gun offenders TuesdayA Baltimore City Council committee plans to debate a proposal for a new 1-year
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
A Baltimore City Council committee plans to debate a proposal for a new 1-year mandatory minimum sentence for first-time gun offenders after a hearing Tuesday. The seven-member Judiciary and Legislative Investigations committee will meet at 10 a.m.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore program connects high school students with STEM internships and path to careershave moved through the program successfully and brags about two alums who just
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
have moved through the program successfully and brags about two alums who just earned Ph.D.s and another who ran for the Baltimore City Council. “Our high schoolers can talk to program alums, who may be someone who lived in their neighborhood,”... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Baltimore program connects high school students with STEM internships and path to careershave moved through the program successfully and brags about two alums who just
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
have moved through the program successfully and brags about two alums who just earned Ph.D.s and another who ran for the Baltimore City Council. “Our high schoolers can talk to program alums, who may be someone who lived in their neighborhood,”... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
City Leaders Discuss Mandatory Sentencing For Illegal Gun PossessionBALTIMORE (WJZ) — In a drastic move to reduce gun violence, Baltimore City Coun
CBS Baltimore / Posted 8 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In a drastic move to reduce gun violence, Baltimore City Council introduces a measure that would automatically send suspects to jail for a year if they’re caught with an illegal handgun. This is a response from the city’s... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Getting tough on gun offendersof not carrying a gun are much greater than those of being armed. But do the d
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
of not carrying a gun are much greater than those of being armed. But do the data really bear that out? Before the Baltimore City Council moves forward with a proposal for mandatory one-year minimum sentences for gun offenders caught within... Read more
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The Daily Record
Baltimore mayor pushes mandatory minimum sentence for illegal gun possession Supporters of a Baltimore City Council bill aimed at sending to jail people w
The Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
Supporters of a Baltimore City Council bill aimed at sending to jail people who carry guns illegally in parts of the city said they hope it serves as a placeholder for more... Read more
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The Daily Record
The Daily Record announces 2017 VIP ListJr. WPM Real Estate Management Ted Davidson Par Collective Kimberly Davis, MB
The Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
Jr. WPM Real Estate Management Ted Davidson Par Collective Kimberly Davis, MBA, CPA Jensen Hughes, Inc. Lester Davis Baltimore City Council Ryan Dietrich Office of the Attorney General of Maryland Eloiza T.B. Domingo-Snyder, M.S. Johns... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Neighborhood cleanup aims to beautify East BaltimoreBaltimore City Council members Zeke Cohen and Shannon Sneed organized a cross-d
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
Baltimore City Council members Zeke Cohen and Shannon Sneed organized a cross-district clean up Sunday, bringing an estimated 300 people to beautify the areas surrounding the Patterson Park and McElderry Park neighborhoods. Volunteers fanned out to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Local government needs millennial participationSeated in the back of the Baltimore City Council’s chambers, wearing shorts and
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
Seated in the back of the Baltimore City Council’s chambers, wearing shorts and T-shirts — a bit underdressed for the occasion, perhaps — I watched as two of my friends from high school took in their first City Council meeting, dutifully tracking the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland moving to cut emissions from BRESCO trash incineratoractivism for a campaign she led against a failed incinerator project in Fairfie
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 days ago
activism for a campaign she led against a failed incinerator project in Fairfield, was among those who testified before the Baltimore City Council this spring pushing for a city “zero waste” plan. She counters that debates over proper emissions... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Andrew Carmellini's Port Covington restaurant aims for September openingat 225 E. Cromwell St., adjacent to the distillery. The space is being designed
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
at 225 E. Cromwell St., adjacent to the distillery. The space is being designed by Patrick Sutton. In the mean time, the Baltimore City Council is working to pass legislation to name the 190-foot, unnamed road where the building sits off Cromwell... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
No Hall of Fame for Baltimore's Muggsy Bogues, but a larger-than-life legacysame thing: a 5-foot-3 point guard, short even for the women’s game. But their
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
same thing: a 5-foot-3 point guard, short even for the women’s game. But their expectations differed some. Said Young, the Baltimore City Council president: “If anybody would've told me that he wasn't going to be a pro, I told them they must be out... Read more

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