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Voters in Annapolis and Frederick head to the polls tomorrow. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announces additional food stamp funding. The EPA requests revisions to the Harbor Point Development plan. A look at integrating the arts with Common Core standards. And more.

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More video has surfaced of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler at a party that apparently included underage drinking. GOP gubernatorial candidate Charles Lollar’s campaign website is back online. Plus, progress on the proposed Baltimore Wal-Mart development, the end of Daylight Savings Time, and more.

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Thursday headlines from around the region.

How Health Care Reform May Affect The Undocumented

Oct 30, 2013

While many are trying to wade through the glitches in Maryland’s online health insurance exchange, there’s one specific group that won’t be able to get insurance, no matter what: undocumented immigrants.

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Wednesday headlines from around the region.

Let’s just say that as the Ravens return from their week off, coach John Harbaugh has his hands full on all fronts.

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Tuesday headlines from around the region.

Drivers and Regulators Tripped Up By New Tax

Oct 28, 2013

Since the beginning of October, taxi and limo services in Baltimore City have been required to add an extra fee on fares they charge. 

Thursday headlines from around the region.

A proposal to stop panhandlers and others from asking people for money on Baltimore streets is moving to the full City Council. Plus: stormwater fees, redistricting, changes to ID policy by the Baltimore police, rockfish reproduction rates, Amazon’s plans to open a distribution center in Baltimore, and more.

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