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Hogan shuffle: Malhotra out as chief of staff, Clark returns

Gov. Larry Hogan is replacing his chief of staff after less than a year in what some say is a sign the first-term Republican is preparing for his expected 2018 re-election campaign. Sam Malhotra, who was named to the position in ...

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Study shows Maryland’s social services staffing sorely short

As state dollars got tighter and average incomes got lower, the state’s social services offices were nearly 1,100 employees and $50 million short of what was needed to meet demand according to a new study from the Maryland Budget and ...

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Md. fund for needy families may have $34M shortfall

If Congress does not approve additional funds for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, the Maryland Department of Human Resources will be scrambling to offset a $34 million shortfall. The TANF program, funded by the federal government and administered ...

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Dept. of Human Services says it is proud of improved turn-around time

ANNAPOLIS — Officials of Maryland’s Department of Human Resources boasted to a House Appropriations Committee subcommittee Tuesday about exceeding the court-ordered number of quick turned-around claims for Marylanders on public assistance. These programs aid families in need. The Temporary Cash ...

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Opinions-Maryland Court of Special Appeals: 1/17/2011

MARYLAND COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS   Contract Law Mortgage notes   BOTTOM LINE: The circuit court’s order lifting a stay of foreclosure on plaintiff’s residence was affirmed because the bank was a successor to the holder of the mortgage note ...

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Report: Maryland shows progress in child welfare reform

A newly released report from the Maryland Department of Human Resources shows progress in child welfare reform. While only three jurisdictions out of 23 counties and Baltimore City reached their goals, improvements were found across the state. Even Advocates for ...

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