Enough already. The commentary on the Michael Flynn-Judge Emmett Sullivan matter makes me wonder whether anyone actually reads filings and cases before they opine on the pages of once-august publications. And it starts with the deeply uninformed op-ed by the former federal ...Read More »
MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society, is calling for action to address the tragic and ongoing public health crisis of racism in Maryland and across America. The COVID-19 pandemic has tragically demonstrated the health disparities experienced by communities of color. ...Read More »
Beyond the obvious health and economic dangers associated with COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a virtual onslaught of online scams. Google reports that during the week of April 13 alone, it identified over 18 million daily malware and ...
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To the editor: Baltimore does not need a spy plane for the safety of its residents. It needs thoughtful, compassionate leaders who understand that a spy plane further alienates the mostly black, brown, and poor communities that are its targets. The ...Read More »
Back in the late 1970s, I was working with Baltimore city on the Community Economic Development Program. Among a number of priorities associated with CEDP was augmenting an already existing program, the city’s Commercial Revitalization initiative. This was an effort ...
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On May 6, the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission charged Judge Carroll Kelly of the 11th Judicial Circuit with “len[ding] the prestige of your judicial office to advance the private interests of yourself and others” after the judge agreed to allow ...
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Antitrust laws can be used to prevent mergers that create a monopolistic entity that controls a service in an area and can thereby raise prices or initiate other anti-competitive actions. However, in the health care context, sometimes monopolies can be ...Read More »