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Commentary: Maryland COVID-19 Metric Stats ‘Skewed and Faulty’

BALTIMORE — As a data analyst, I have closely watched a series of recent press conferences by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, where he said he believes the state is now in a position to slowly begin re-opening. Unfortunately, after privately […]

Covid-19 metric tests in Maryland may be skewed and faulty. )Pixabay)

Commentary: Maryland COVID-19 Metric Stats ‘Skewed and Faulty’

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BALTIMORE — As a data analyst, I have closely watched a series of recent press conferences by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, where he said he believes the state is now in a position to slowly begin re-opening. Unfortunately, after privately […]

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Stout Report Shows Costs, Racial Disparities in Baltimore City Evictions

New Report Shows That Right to Counsel in Evictions in Baltimore Would Cost $5.7 Million but Generate $35.6 Million in Savings; Additional Report Describes Racial Disparities In Eviction Baltimore Advocates,

We Survived Nixon and LBJ and We Will Survive Trump

Student protesters marching down Langdon Street at the University of Wisconsin-Madison during the Vietnam War era.  January 1965. Digital Collections. BALTIMORE –If you think America’s angry and divided in the

Young Defends Baltimore’s Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

@BryanRenbaum Baltimore Mayor Jack Young (D) defended the city’s response to the coronavirus pandemic after mayoral candidate Mary Miller said Young and his administration did not act quick enough to try and

Baltimore Mayoral Candidate Mary Miller Says Young Responded Too Slowly TO COVID-19

Baltimore Mayor Jack Young gives a briefing on the city's COVID-19 response, on March 31. He is joined by Dr. Leticia Dzirasa, Baltimore's health commissioner. (Mayor's Office photo) @BryanRenbaum Baltimore mayoral

Hogan Orders Mandatory COVID-19 Testing in Maryland Nursing Homes Following Release of 471 Reported Deaths in Facilities

ANNAPOLIS UPDATE: Gov. Larry Hogan ordered Wednesday all nursing home residents and staff to be tested for the coronavirus. “I’ve issued an executive order requiring universal testing of all residents

What happened to the Drug Epidemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has made the last month some of the most unusual times in many people’s lifetimes. It’s affected all of us in some way, whether it be

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COVID-19: What is God Saying to Us?

The Coronavirus has hit our country with fervor and caused all kinds of death and hurt in its path. What can we learn from this epidemic? What is God

COVID-19 ALERT: 8,225 People Tested Positive in Maryland

As of today, 8,225 people tested positive for the coronavirus in Maryland, according to numbers released Sunday morning and 235 have died. So far 41,539 people have tested negative for

Al Kaline was the Hometown Kid who Got Away

BALTIMORE – On a raw October afternoon in 1991, on the last day they would ever play a baseball game in this city’s old Memorial Stadium, I went looking

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