Headlines from HJM: April 29, 2020

Here's how Baltimore, Hopkins, UMMS and CareFirst are fighting Covid-19 with data

Publisher Name : Baltimore Business Journal
The Baltimore City Health Department is working closely with some of the largest local players in the health care industry to track and share data that could prove critical in the city's fight against Covid-19.
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Scott introduces bill to stop rent increases during pandemic

Publisher Name : Baltimore Brew
Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott has introduced an ordinance prohibiting landlords from increasing rent during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Baltimore’s Kweisi Mfume wins US House seat in special election, returns to seat he held before taking over NAACP

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Democrat Kweisi Mfume won the first election in Maryland since the coronavirus pandemic, prevailing in a mostly vote-by-mail contest to reclaim a Baltimore-area congressional seat he held for 10 years before his late friend Elijah Cummings.
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Former Treasury official Mary Miller reports spending more than $2M in Baltimore mayor’s race, new financial disclosures show

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Former U.S. Treasury official Mary Miller on Tuesday reported spending more than $2 million in the competitive race to become Baltimore’s next mayor ― funding a robust advertising effort her top rivals will struggle to match.
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Leadership in times of crisis

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
Leadership during a time of crisis is critical. But it’s also something that is hard to prepare for.
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Mfume Headed Back to Hill, But No One Knows When

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Former Rep. Kweisi Mfume (D-Md.) is returning to Congress after a 24-year hiatus.
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Baltimore County unveils $10 million in small business grants and contact tracing training program

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
A new $10 million grant program is offering help to Baltimore County small businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
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