Baltimore City Council considers most significant reforms since 1890s

Mayor Catherine Pugh's legal troubles have emboldened City Council members to push for the most striking reforms to Baltimore's government since the Progressive Era. So far, three City Council members have tendered various bills proposing charter amendments weakening Baltimore's strong-mayor form of government, which dates back to the city charter of 1898. Proposed changes to the ...

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