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For Maryland Residents, It’s Time to Be Thankful for Better Health

Although some politicians have derided the Affordable Care Act, also called “Obamacare,” the truth is that it’s actually working. That’s what Congressman Elijah Cummings, who represents Maryland’s 7th Congressional District in the House of Representatives, recently wrote in a piece on Afro.com. Cummings calls the ACA “an accomplishment of historic proportions,” stating that more and […]

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Baltimore Tourism Officials Continue to Stress Importance of Investing in Advertising and New Facilities

As the entire state of Maryland attempts to rebound from April’s rioting, local tourism officials are asking for public support to fund initiatives that will restore Baltimore’s national reputation. According to the Baltimore Sun, the city’s economy is still suffering as a result of the unfortunate events this past spring, and tourism officials are becoming […]

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Nonprofit Seeks to Help Anne Arundel Children

A new nonprofit program called Head to Toe has been launched to help Anne Arundel County’s children. The program is an extension of existing programs that have been started in other areas and is run by the nonprofit HOPE for All (He Opens Pathways for All). Many children struggle in school for various reasons; some […]

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New Operation Helps Veterans Start Businesses

Last week was National Veterans Small Business Week, and to honor that, the Small Business Administration is holding events called “Operation Fund My Biz” in Baltimore as well as all over the country. These events are intended to help veterans who own or want to own small businesses take their projects to the next level. […]

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Dozens of Former Maryland Students Refunded After Over a Decade of Litigation

A 13-year lawsuit is finally wrapping up for former students at the University of Maryland, regarding how in-state tuition is decided. The outcome of the lawsuit resulted in dozens of graduates from the state school receiving refunds amounting to a combined $1.6 million. Many of the school’s former students were law, medical and dental students. […]