Baltimore / Big Ideas / News / Policy May 29, 2020
Dave Heilker, via Maryland Matters “Putting even a local moratorium on opioid treatment programs represents a critical misunderstanding of how addiction works and how treatment works. It’s a stance that, in 2020, should be ridiculed when a politician takes it. “When you have a substance abuse disorder, you’re most likely to use the treatment center […]
Baltimore / Big Ideas / News / Policy / Water Bills November 19, 2019
It’s time to stop using public money from taxpayers and lifelong Baltimore City residents to bail out corporations who capitalize on a City that doesn’t do enough to collect from corporate debtors.
For Immediate Release April 29, 2019 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org City Council Candidates’ Joint Statement on Proposed Charter Reforms Baltimore, MD — Today, ten of the non-incumbent candidates who have declared their candidacy for Baltimore City Council are issuing a joint statement of support for Councilmembers Henry (Dist. 4) and Burnett’s (Dist. 8) proposed charter amendments. “As […]
It makes it difficult to take someone seriously when they say they want to reduce crime in Baltimore City, when they’re also spending loads of money on sending you pictures of their face…instead of seeking out young men and women looking for work for the summer.