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  • Fracking for the children

    Fracking for the children

    Del. Rick Impallaria wants to see the state move forward with fracking in western Maryland and said Monday night that the controversial natural gas extraction process should be used to help children.

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  • That is a tasty burger

    That is a tasty burger

    Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels makes it clear he thinks Charles Village needs what he called a "burger joint."

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Fixing ‘the mess’ in Md.’s prisons

When the bipartisan “tough-on-crime” tidal wave rose from 1980 to 2000, Maryland and other U.S. states more than tripled their prison populations — and taxpayer costs. ...

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Groups that support the Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council Act

Groups that support the Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council Act include: Committee of Concerned Citizens Community Conferencing of Maryland Interfaith Action for Human Rights READ: Fixing ‘the ...

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Joe Nathanson: Providing wheels for work

It is no secret that I’m a supporter of expanding access by public transit across the region. I’m also a realist. That includes the recognition that it is not possible to reach many destinations in the Baltimore region on a reliable basis without using an automobile. This is reinforced by the fact that much of the area’s employment expansion continues to take place in the suburbs where transit options are more limited. In many cases, getting to work on time every workday means having access to a car.

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Realities of Real Estate: How accurate are state property assessments?

Every three years, the state will reassess the value of your property. And because real estate taxes are calculated by using a combination of the tax “rate” and assessed property values, how your assessment changes can have a substantial impact on what you’ll owe in real estate taxes.

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