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Senator asks airlines to drop seat fee for kids

NEW YORK — Sen. Charles Schumer is urging airlines to allow families with young children to sit together without paying extra. The New York Democrat is reacting to an Associated Press story last week detailing how families this summer are ...

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Senate turns to partisan fight over student loans

WASHINGTON — The Senate is the newest arena in the election-year face-off over federal student loans, and both sides are starting out by pounding away at each other. With Congress returning from a weeklong spring recess, the Senate plans to ...

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Rawlings-Blake proposes 2013 budget

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says her proposed budget closes a $48 million deficit while cutting homeowners’ property taxes. The preliminary budget for fiscal 2013 is set to be presented to the Board of Estimates on Wednesday morning. The $2.3 billion ...

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UM medical students meet their match

The University of Maryland School of Medicine's Class of 2012 gathered Friday at historic Davidge Hall to open the envelopes that revealed where they will go for their residencies. The 151 students and their families shared cheers and mostly tears of joy.

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Ober|Kaler pro bono initiative wins national recognition

The law firm Ober|Kaler announced today that the firm’s Project HEAL Pro Bono initiative was selected as one of the American Health Lawyers Association 2011 Pro Bono Champions. Project HEAL is a nationally recognized medical-legal partnership that provides pro bono ...

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Maryland awarded $28.3M for children’s health coverage

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland is getting $28.3 million to help provide more children with health coverage, the U.S. Health Department announced Wednesday. Maryland is one of 23 states to share more than $296 million in performance bonus payments for surpassing a ...

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