Here are a few of this week's top Local Voices posts from our Baltimore city and county sites. Check out more by clicking Local Voices under the news tab at the top of this page, or share your own thoughts by clicking Start a Blog under the top stories on your Patch site.
Tragedy in Boston – Resilience and Solidarity Among Healthcare Providers: Dr. John Chessare, CEO of Greater Baltimore Medical Center, writes about his experience as chief medical officer at a Boston hospital following the Sept. 11 attacks.
So What Did We Need a Constitution for Anyway?: Reader Larry Smith writes about why the Articles of Confederation, the United States' first governing document, failed.
Is God to be found in tragedy?: Chris Shea blogs about where faith fits into how one ought to respond to the Boston Marathon bombing.
Maryland Republicans Crack Down on Bloggers: Perry Hall resident Jeff Quinton questions new Maryland GOP rules that, he says, appear to exclude independent bloggers.