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on Wed Mar 25 12:21 PM

Study: Montgomery is most healthy, Baltimore City least healthy

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Baltimore City, followed by several rural counties on the Eastern Shore and Western Maryland, were ranked the least healthy in the state in a report released Tuesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which also looked at counties across the...
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on Tue Mar 24 6:03 PM

Cummings looks for tougher rules on retirement plans

MARYLAND POLITICS

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, who is considering a run for Senate in Maryland, called Tuesday for tougher regulation of financial advisers who help people plan for retirement, becoming the latest Democrat to weigh into an issue under...
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on Tue Mar 24 10:05 AM

Upping the ante for City Hall

PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS

Can three college poker buddies who became millionaire options traders buy their way into Philly’s mayor’s office for their pet issue: school choice?
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on Tue Mar 24 12:28 AM

Upping the ante for City Hall

PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS

Can three college poker buddies who became millionaire options traders buy their way into Philly’s mayor’s office for their pet issue: school choice?
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on Mon Mar 23 9:11 PM

Raskin says he'll run for Congress in 8th District

MARYLAND POLITICS

State Sen. Jamie Raskin of Montgomery County said Monday that he has decided to run for the Democratic nomination for the 8th District congressional seat next year.
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on Sun Mar 22 11:43 AM

Howard County police officer struck by suspected drunken driver

THE BALTIMORE SUN

A Howard County police officer was injured early Sunday when his patrol car was struck by driver suspected to be under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
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on Sun Mar 22 7:02 AM

Wolf unhappy with who manages Pa.'s pensions

PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS

Gov. Wolf is trying to push Wall Street out of Harrisburg. He wants the two big employee retirement systems, SERS (for state workers) and PSERS (for public school staff), to reverse their long reliance on high-fee managers.
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on Sat Mar 21 3:14 PM

GOP lawmakers chafe at Wolf's plan to award school tax cuts

PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Raising taxes will be a battle among Pennsylvania state lawmakers as they face Gov. Tom Wolf's call to correct a persistent budget deficit and a school funding system riven by huge spending disparities between rich and poor...
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on Wed May 21 3:12 PM

Write-in effort looking good for Beyer in 131st state House district

CAPITOL IDEAS

Preliminary numbers from Lehigh County suggest Democrat Michael Beyer is well on his way to compiling enough write-in votes to put his name back on the the ballot in the 131st Legislative District. A preliminary count gave Beyer 584 write-in...
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