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Johns Hopkins police bill looks to be dead in the senate

The legislation allowing for Johns Hopkins University to create its own private police force, the Community Safety and Strengthening Act…

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Governor Hogan gets thumbs up for latest budget proposal

The following is a prepared statement made by the administration of Governor Larry Hogan, regarding the release of the FY20…

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Mayor Pugh crushes competitors in dash for cash

While people have speculated for months whether former Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon would once again run for Mayor; the…

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Council candidates raise thousands ahead of 2020 election

In what is shaping up to be a crowded field of mayoral and city council races across the City of…

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Former Governor Bush to introduce Hogan at inauguration

In 2015, it was the Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, that first-term Governor Larry Hogan chose to support in…

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Session2019: What to expect this week in Annapolis

As articulated in the second episode of the Annapolis Report, ‘A Family Affair’, we can expect a huge week ahead…

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Senate’s Superman diagnosed with deadly disease

Thomas ‘Mike’ Miller has been a student of politics since he was knee-high reading government civics lesson in school. And…

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Council members request more information on Mayor’s next selection

While it took Mayor Catherine Pugh less than 24-hours to name a new nominee to be Baltimore City’s next Police…

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Pugh selects Harrison as city’s new police commissioner

Earlier this morning, Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh announced her new choice for police commissioner, Michael Harrison. In an expedited…

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Fitzgerald withdraws as city’s next police commissioner

As Baltimore City citizens and politicians alike await the outcome of what is being reported as a serious illness that…

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