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Task Force Encourages Maryland to Provide Increased Legal Aid for Family Law Cases

Task Force Encourages Maryland to Provide Increased Legal Aid for Family Law Cases

Due to the struggling economy and other financial difficulties, studies show that as many as 80% of low-income Maryland residents involved in civil lawsuits choose to represent themselves in court,…

Maryland Moves Forward With Drafting Marijuana Legalization Laws

Maryland Moves Forward With Drafting Marijuana Legalization Laws

On Thursday, Nov. 13, a panel of state legislators in Maryland moved another step closer to medical marijuana legislation that now seems like an inevitability. According to the Baltimore Sun, the…

Maryland Gubernatorial Debate Focuses on Light Rail Project Without Addressing Existing Traffic Congestion

Maryland Gubernatorial Debate Focuses on Light Rail Project Without Addressing Existing Traffic Congestion

It comes as no surprise to many Maryland residents that the controversial “Purple Line” light-rail proposal has taken the spotlight in the gubernatorial debates between Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony G.…

As Gold Prices Go Up, Indian Government Raises Gold Import Tariff

As Gold Prices Go Up, Indian Government Raises Gold Import Tariff

Escalating conflict and crisis in Iraq has caused the market value of gold to rise, prompting action from governments across the globe.On June 16, the Indian Express reported that India’s government hiked…

Candidates file for Crisfield mayor, council

Candidates file for Crisfield mayor, council

In the non-partisan elections scheduled to be held on 18 June, the voters of Crisfield city will have to opportunity to select 1 Mayor from the six contestants and 3 city…

Crisfield officials look at split property tax rate

Crisfield officials look at split property tax rate

The city officials of Crisfield – who are working on the 2015 fiscal year budget – are pondering over the changes to property tax including occupied commercial buildings and lower rates for…

In rural Maryland, health disparities fuel efforts to attract more doctors

In rural Maryland, health disparities fuel efforts to attract more doctors

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