Baltimore’s Opioid Problems Could Soon Become Maryland’s Worst Nightmare

Baltimore’s Opioid Problems Could Soon Become Maryland’s Worst Nightmare

By Michael P. Tremoglie
February 24, 2024

The city has provided opioid settlement funds to the Kensington Planning Process and the New Kensington Community Development Council. These organizations are dedicated to reviving a blighted, drug-infested section of Philadelphia with a population of about 78,000 of the city’s poorest and neediest people. [...]

Maryland’s Moore blast Alabama IVF ruling as ‘out of step’ with the country

Maryland’s Moore blast Alabama IVF ruling as ‘out of step’ with the country

By Capital News Service
February 23, 2024

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore on Friday denounced an Alabama Supreme Court ruling last week that frozen embryos have the same rights as children. Moore, a Democrat, said that the court's decision was completely “out of step” with where citizens in the country are. [...]

States urge Supreme Court to halt EPA’s ‘good neighbor’ air pollution rule

States urge Supreme Court to halt EPA’s ‘good neighbor’ air pollution rule

By Baltimore Post-Examiner Staff
February 21, 2024

By LISA WOELFL Capital News Service WASHINGTON – Supreme Court justices on Wednesday appeared divided over whether the court should [...]

Confederates and segregationists live on in Capitol statues

Confederates and segregationists live on in Capitol statues

By Capital News Service
February 21, 2024

February is Black History Month, an observance meant to honor and celebrate the achievements made by African Americans throughout the history of the United States. [...]

Missing the Point – Time to say goodbye to Andy Harris

Missing the Point – Time to say goodbye to Andy Harris

By Les Cohen
February 21, 2024

One of the reasons voter turnouts are poor, particularly for primary elections, is that too many people believe that their votes don’t count, and that they don’t make any real difference.  For the most part, they’re right.  Generally speaking, but not this time. [...]

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