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I would like to thank the members of the City Council’s Taxation, Finance & Economic Development Committee for successfully passing my bill to increase local hiring in Baltimore City.
The Baltimore City Council will spend the coming weeks holding public hearings on Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s proposed fiscal year 2014 budget request.
Pushing an Aggressive Agenda in Annapolis
I saw this tradition as an opportunity to help needy Baltimoreans while observing the important Jewish ritual.
As a Baltimore City leader, I take pride in collaborating with our state and federal officials to improve the quality of life for our citizens.
The “Goods for Guns” buy-back will take place on Saturday, December 15, 2012, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the campus of City College High School.
Everyday Heroes: Beating the Odds
On Monday I took a major step toward reducing Baltimore’s stubbornly high unemployment rate with the introduction of a bill to create a local hiring mandate within the City.
About 300 people gathered inside the War Memorial Building on Thursday, November 8, to lead a rallying cry against the state’s plans to build a youth jail in Baltimore City.
On Thursday Civil Rights Icon Rev. Jesse Jackson will join youth advocates, community members and local leaders to call for funds to build a youth jail be reallocated to positive services for youth
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