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Editorial: A good, non-move

Four long years after announcing its intention to move its national headquarters to Washington, the NAACP has decided to stay in Baltimore. That’s good news for the city, the state and the venerable civil rights organization, which celebrated its 100th ...

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Editorial: Regulatory lapses spell trouble

Two recent audits have found key state regulatory agencies seriously behind in their work at a time when that work is critically important to protect citizens and maintain public confidence that state government can effectively regulate businesses that operate here. ...

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Editorial: Long way to finish line

The group that wants to bring IndyCar racing to downtown Baltimore now has a home: the warehouse at Camden Yards. Baltimore Racing development Corp. will move into 2,754 square feet of long-unoccupied office space on the fourth floor of the ...

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Editorial: Disclosure needed now

In the latest example of foot-dragging by public officials in disclosing public information, the Maryland Stadium Authority is refusing to reveal the details of a settlement it has reached with the Baltimore Orioles in a $1.2 million rent dispute. A ...

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Editorial: Keep cruise business booming

The cruise ship business is booming at the Port of Baltimore. With the recent arrival of Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas, two year-round cruise ships will call Baltimore home. Since Baltimore became a cruise port in 2006, growth in ...

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