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Pugh attorneys, supporters seek leniency in sentencing (access required)

With prosecutors asking for nearly five years of incarceration for former Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, her attorneys and supporters are seeking leniency, urging the judge in charge of Pugh’s sentencing next week to recognize her career of public service ...

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Prosecutors seek 57-month sentence for former mayor Pugh (access required)

Federal prosecutors are seeking a 57-month prison sentence for former Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion charges in November. Pugh is set to be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Deborah K. Chasanow on ...

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Ex-patients sue UMMS over alleged use of counterfeit surgical hardware (access required)

Fourteen former patients of the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center have sued the Glen Burnie hospital and the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) in Baltimore Circuit Court, alleging that a doctor implanted counterfeit spinal fusion hardware during ...

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Editorial Advisory Board: UMMS directors must deal with ugly mess (access required)

Here we are again. The Maryland legislative auditor wrote on Oct. 31 that the University of Maryland Medical System “delayed and hindered our work by repeatedly failing to make employees available and failing to provide requested information on a timely basis.” This ...

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Harrell, longtime judge, calls UMMS board seat a ‘new challenge’ (access required)

Retired Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Glenn T. Harrell Jr. said Monday that he had been looking for “a new challenge” when Gov. Larry Hogan appointed him last week to a reconstituted University of Maryland Medical System board recently beset ...

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UMMS bill drawing strong bipartisan support (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — University of Maryland Medical System officials told lawmakers Friday they are committed to “evolving” how they do business. As the legislature is quickly moving legislation to force the system to make changes, leaders of the $4 billion medical system said ...

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Editorial Advisory Board: The folly of ‘Healthy Holly’ (access required)

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh self-published “Healthy Holly” children’s books and sold 100,000 copies to the University of Maryland Medical System, on whose board she sat at the time, making a “Healthy Haul” of $500,000. Pugh said that, since she resigned from ...

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