The military’s medical school in Bethesda, Maryland, has been targeted by the Defense Department for significant budget cuts that could force the closure of the university, officials say.
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November 22, 2019 Comments Off on Defense cuts could close Bethesda military medical university
November 20, 2019 Comments Off on Officials announce largest tobacco bust in Md. agency’s history
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot on Wednesday announced the agency’s largest tobacco bust ever, resulting in more than $450,000 worth of seized contraband tobacco products. The raid, which took place Nov. 5, recovered 521 packs of untaxed cigarettes, 1,246 ...Read More »
November 14, 2019 Comments Off on Van Hollen, Beyer propose surtax on millionaires
The richest 1% of Americans control more wealth than the entire middle class combined, according to the Brookings Institution - a striking sign of income inequality that has accelerated since the Great Recession.Read More »
November 14, 2019 Comments Off on Immigrants, led by Jamaicans, slow Baltimore population loss
November 13, 2019 Comments Off on Deadline nears for Maryland uninsured-motorist debt amnesty
ANNAPOLIS — Time is running out for uninsured motorists in Maryland to take advantage of a program that forgives 80 percent of uninsured-driving debts that became delinquent before 2017. Debtors have until Dec. 31 to register for the program and ...Read More »
November 7, 2019 Comments Off on Maryland black bear hunt numbers are up with growing population
ANNAPOLIS — Starting with a chance in a lottery, black bear hunting in Maryland can be a long process. After winning a license, carefully choosing a location and days outside hunting the bear, the payout can sometimes be as simple ...Read More »
November 7, 2019 Comments Off on New trial date set, records made public in Capital Gazette trial
A Maryland judge on Thursday scheduled a March trial to determine whether a man who has pleaded guilty to killing five people at a Maryland newspaper is not criminally responsible because of mental illness.Read More »
November 5, 2019 Comments Off on Supreme Court to weigh move to end program for young immigrants
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is due to hear arguments next week over the constitutionality of President Donald Trump’s decision to terminate a program that protects young, undocumented immigrants from deportation. Both Democratic and Republican lawmakers, 165 educational institutions (including ...Read More »
November 5, 2019 Comments Off on Funding for historically black colleges still held up in Senate
October 30, 2019 Comments Off on E-scooters on college campuses look like they have a bumpy road ahead
Electric scooters are making their way onto college campuses across the country. But with this new alternative transportation method comes e-scooter-related accidents that campus officials expect to rise. The University of Maryland welcomed an electric fleet at the beginning of ...Read More »
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