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  • Baltimore City legislators prepare for new Annapolis session with a slew of bills

    Baltimore City legislators prepare for new Annapolis session with a slew of bills
    Two Maryland state senators and two delegates representing Baltimore City have pre-filed a total of 15 bills for consideration in the upcoming 2015 Maryland General Assembly session. Covering issues from elder abuse and pharmacy regulations to the minimum wage and utility smart meters, the bills represent for some an uncharacteristically high level of bill sponsorship.
  • Conflicts of Interest: A tale of two Charlies

    The other day at brunch, a guy sitting on the other end of the bar at Tavern on the Hill asked me what I was reading. It was an advance copy of  “Man in Profile,” Thomas Kunkel’s biography of the great literary reporter, Joseph Mitchell....

    Baltimore's New Deal: WPA-level spending has the power to remake the city, but much of it might be going away

    Baltimore's New Deal: WPA-level spending has the power to remake the city, but much of it might be going away
    Baltimore City’s first manufacturing forum took place on Oct. 7 in the Hilton, a deluxe hotel the city spent $300 million to build, which has lost about $50 million since its 2008 opening.  Caron Brace, the Mayor’s press secretary, and...

    Legislative report says repeal film tax credits. Finally!

    Legislative report says repeal film tax credits. Finally!
    It's been 11 days since news broke that the Maryland Department of Legislative Services has given the state's film tax credits an enthusiastic two thumbs down. The draft report, dated Oct. 31, made its way to the DCist, the Washingtonian, CBS (in DC), and...

    Just Business?

    Just Business?
    Kenneth W. Watford says he is here because of an injustice.  Sitting on the other side of the sloppily caulked double Plexiglas window, his wide face and short cropped hair flecked with gray leaning into a flat microphone and speaker affixed to the...