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Progressive MD & Working Families endorse Phillip Westry

Mon, Feb 10, 2020

“We are proud to be announcing this new partnership and slate of passionate progressive challengers in Baltimore,” said Maurice Mitchell, national director of the Working Families Party. “This is the start of something big in Maryland, and the Working Families Party is proud to stand with Progressive Maryland in committing

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Health Care Workers Endorse in Baltimore City Races

Fri, Feb 7, 2020

The nation’s largest health care worker and property services unions, the Service Employees International (SEIU) Locals 1199 and 32BJ, issued endorsements in the Baltimore City elections Friday.In citywide races, SEIU has endorsed City Council President Brandon M. Scott (D) for mayor; City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed (D) to succeed Scott as

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Scott, Sneed And Henry Nab Powerful 1199SEIU, 32BJ Union Endorsements

Fri, Feb 7, 2020

The country’s largest healthcare worker and property service unions endorsed Brandon Scott for Baltimore City Mayor, Shannon Sneed for City Council President and Bill Henry for City Comptroller on Friday.The Service Employees International Union 1199 and 32BJ cited Scott, Sneed and Henry’s support of a $15 minimum wage for all

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CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE: ‘OUT, PROUD, AND READY TO SERVE’

Sat, Jun 8, 2019

Dear LGBTQ Communities, Can you believe, in this day and age, that Baltimore has no openly LGBTQ representation in city government? Representation is power. When elected leaders from our community are in the room, they humanize our lives, impact policy and legislative debates, and influence other colleagues to vote in favor of

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Council To Consider Charter Changes In Wake Of Pugh Scandal

Mon, Apr 29, 2019

Amid multiple investigations related to the business dealings of Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, City Council members are floating several amendments to the City Charter. One of the amendments will allow the council to launch investigations and to remove the mayor officials accused of misconduct. Currently, under the state constitution, elected officials

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Fluff award goes to City Council members not questioning police commissioner nominee

Tue, Dec 4, 2018

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Baltimore's would-be police chief says he wants to build trust with the community. Refusing to let u

Tue, Nov 27, 2018

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Tags: crime, safety, police, commissioner

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Five vote “no” as City Council approves $21 million for police overtime

Wed, Nov 14, 2018

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Tags: Policing

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Baltimore court expands tenant aid in housing cases

Thu, Jan 4, 2018

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Tags: Housing

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