Headlines from HJM: Monday, September 21, 2020

Clarke to introduce bill preventing city from entering into contracts with incinerators

Publisher Name : Baltimore Brew
The latest salvo in the BRESCO incinerator fight pitting the City Council against Mayor Young and the plant operator, Wheelabrator Technologies
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Wheelabrator Baltimore Working To Collect Recycling Across The City

Publisher Name : CBS Baltimore
Wheelabrator Baltimore is stepping up to help keep recyclables out of the waste stream.
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Sen. Cheryl Kagan & Del. Brooke Lierman: Farewell to Foam in Maryland

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Beginning Oct. 1, Maryland will become the first state to ban expanded polystyrene foam, or Styrofoam, food and beverage packaging. There is a growing awareness that Styrofoam is harmful to both our environment and public health.
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Md. Senators React to Justice Ginsburg’s Death

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Regardless of whether President Trump or his Democratic challenger, former vice president Joe Biden, appoints the next Supreme Court justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Maryland’s two U.S. senators, Benjamin L. Cardin (D) and Chris Van Hollen (D), will have a say on the next nominee.
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‘The View’ segment with Maryland Republican Kim Klacik ends abruptly after she says host Joy Behar ‘paraded around in blackface’

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
A segment of ABC’s “The View” with Baltimore-area congressional candidate Kim Klacik ended abruptly on Friday when the Republican answered a question about the coronavirus by saying that host Joy Behar “paraded around in blackface.”
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Frank DeFilippo: The Holy War Over Joe Biden’s Candidacy

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
The Roman Catholic Church is engaged in a holy war over Joe Biden’s candidacy for president.
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Hogan Cuts Digital Ads for Embattled Maine Senator

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) has cut two digital ads for one of the most embattled U.S. senators on the ballot this fall, Maine Sen. Susan Collins (R).
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Maryland Gov. Hogan further relaxes coronavirus restrictions on indoor dining; Baltimore City and Anne Arundel will hold back

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan issued an order Friday allowing restaurants to offer expanded indoor dining starting Monday, but not all local governments in the Baltimore region intend to go along with it.
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Protesters at Annapolis Reopen Rally Demand ‘No More Fear and ‘Kids Over Politics’

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Nearly a hundred Marylanders, most without masks, walked around State Circle and Church Circle in Annapolis on Friday evening, urging Republican Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan to reopen Maryland businesses and schools.
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A GREAT DIVIDE

Publisher Name : Baltimore Business Journal
Calvin Butler knew he needed to change the makeup of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s executive team when he became the utility's first Black CEO in 2014.
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