Wednesday, October 28, 2020

ABC Greater Baltimore’s New Construction Education Academy Aims To Bridge Gap In Skilled Trade Industries

Publisher Name : CBS Baltimore
A new state-of-the-art facility is trying to bridge the gap in the skilled trade industries and put people into well-paying jobs.
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Still hampered by virus, casinos want aid in recovering

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
The U.S. casino industry is seeking tax and regulatory relief from the government as it tries to recover from the coronavirus outbreak, which cost states more than $2 billion in lost tax revenue while casinos were shut down for four months this year.
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Don’t condemn BMA’s overdue efforts toward artistic diversity | READER COMMENTARY

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Museum of Art, which sits in majority Black Baltimore, is taking the overdue step to transform its largely Caucasian art collection to better reflect the diversity of our society.
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Hogan seeks to boost late attempt to defeat referendum that would give legislators more budget power

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Gov. Larry Hogan is making a last-minute push to convince people to vote against a proposal to give state lawmakers more say in Maryland’s budget.
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Poll: Most Marylanders don’t want kids back in classrooms full time

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
Only one in five Marylanders feel children in Maryland should return to the classroom full time during the pandemic, according to a new poll released by Annapolis-based Gonzales Polls.
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Maryland Gov. Hogan: To fix crime, maybe ‘I’ll just run for mayor of Baltimore'

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan joked Tuesday that perhaps his political future may involve running for Baltimore mayor.
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Josh Kurtz: After January 20, 2021

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Progressive groups and their Democratic allies are necessarily focused on the week between now and Election Day.
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What Marylanders Might Play a Prominent Role in a Biden Administration?

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
There’s an old joke about Montgomery County voters: that they care more about who is deputy secretary at the U.S. Department of Commerce than they do about who represents them in the Maryland House of Delegates — in part because they are all angling for the job.
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Frank DeFilippo: Today’s Party Leaders Don’t Have the Clout They Once Did

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
When the Republican Party fell apart in 1964 after the smashing defeat of Barry Goldwater, the leftovers recruited a master grass-roots organizer, Ray Bliss, to put the pieces back together again.
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Baltimore mayoral candidates make final appeal to voters in forum focused on coronavirus, public safety

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Although early voting has started in Maryland with record-breaking turnout, three of Baltimore’s mayoral candidates made one final appeal Tuesday night to voters in their last debate before Election Day.
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Maryland lawmakers write to Gov. Hogan with ‘deep’ concerns about fate of Purple Line

Publisher Name : The Washington Post
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation wrote to Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Wednesday, saying that their “deep” concerns about the fate of the Purple Line “have grown exponentially” since the consortium managing the project terminated its contract.
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Uncertainty from coronavirus, presidential election could dampen Maryland economy for months

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Uncertainty about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming presidential election could dampen the economy in Maryland and elsewhere for months to come, experts said Tuesday during an economic outlook conference in Baltimore.
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Relief program aims to keep local Maryland restaurants open

Publisher Name : WTOP News
A new program will allow some Maryland restaurants and food-service businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic to apply for up to $10,000 in aid.
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