Headlines from HJM: Monday, June 8, 2020

Greater Baltimore business groups issue renewed call to combat systemic racism

Publisher Name : Baltimore Business Journal
Some top city leaders are issuing a renewed call to address and fix systemic racism in Baltimore and its surrounding jurisdictions following the murder of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis.
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Analysis: Another Sign of Change in Annapolis

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic upended Maryland and the state’s political scene in incalculable ways, Annapolis had gone through enormous changes in the past year.
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Most Localities Following Gov. Hogan Into Second Stage Of Reopening

Publisher Name : WBAL Radio
It's Phase 2 for coronavirus recovery in Maryland, but not necessarily all of Maryland.
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Del. Nick Mosby maintains substantial lead in Democratic primary for Baltimore City Council president

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
State Del. Nick Mosby maintained his substantial lead in the Democratic primary for Baltimore City Council president with the release of additional returns.
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Racism is a public health issue in Anne Arundel County. Coronavirus pandemic shows what that means.

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
The novel coronavirus is gripping minority populations in Anne Arundel County at higher rates, a result of decades of unequal access to housing, health care and other preventative health institutions, health officials say.
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Despite problems in Baltimore’s 1st mostly mail-in election, advocates find silver lining: A swell in turnout

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
First, there were problems getting accurate ballots mailed out on time to hundreds of thousands of Baltimore voters.
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Henry’s lead over Pratt widens; Westry gains on Stokes in the 12th

Publisher Name : Baltimore Brew
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Email this article Print this article In the latest returns posted in Baltimore’s primary, Councilman Bill Henry expanded his lead to almost 10,000 votes over Joan M. Pratt in the comptroller’s race.
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Scott pulls ahead of Dixon for razor-thin margin in Baltimore’s Democratic mayoral primary

Publisher Name : The Baltimore SUn
City Council President Brandon Scott pulled ahead of former Mayor Sheila Dixon by a razor-thin margin with the addition of votes counted Sunday in Baltimore’s Democratic mayoral primary.
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