What did I do this weekend? I went back home. No, I didn’t fly back to the Dominican Republic, but I definitely got close. I spent the weekend at LatinoFest in Patterson Park, the largest Latino festival in the region, ...Read More »
On average, 115 people die from a drug overdose in the United States every day. It’s the leading cause of death for individuals under the age of 50. In the past, drug addiction was historically associated with poor, urban communities ...Read More »
First the bad. Four times as many Marylanders died of opioid overdoses (2,044) than died in traffic accidents in 2016 (505). Almost 90 percent of all drug and alcohol poisonings in Maryland were opioid-related. That grim toll might climb further ...Read More »
Anyone who follows local development is aware that incentives from the public sector are often called for by private developers. Locally, we have the example of Harbor Point, for which Beatty Development Group secured $107 million in tax increment financing ...
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The controversy over race and admissions at elite educational institutions is heating up. Harvard University is under pressure to stop discriminating against Asian Americans, who make up a smaller percentage of its student body (22.2 percent) than their grades and ...
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