The number of people who signed up for private qualified health plans through the Maryland Health Connection nearly doubled during this year’s enrollment period, numbers released this week show. According to the latest statistics, through Feb. 28, enrollment in private ...Read More »
It was Joyce Vann’s lucky day. The Dundalk resident had been walking by a booth that advertised it was “giving away millions” when she thought she’d try her chances — and after her name popped up in the online database listing Marylanders’ lost or forgotten funds, she got $400 in the mail.
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Was it grave robbing, cemetery vandalism or something more serious that inspired a bill to criminalize desecration of human remains? “I think it has to do with a murder,” said state Sen. Lisa A. Gladden, D-Baltimore.Read More »
The Obama administration’s proposal would allow leasing of areas offshore of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.Read More »