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UPDATE: Diagrams Show Which Buildings Face Demolition in Baltimore’s Correctional Complex

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Diagram via Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services

A planned partial demolition of Baltimore’s correctional complex off of I-83 will bring down an iconic castle-like administration building overlooking E. Madison Street, the turreted west wing of the Metropolitan Transit Center and the men’s and women’s detention centers, according to diagrams from state documents.

Q&A: Ben Jealous talks universal health care, weed, his progressive roots and more

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Photo by Gage Skidmore, via Wikimedia Commons

Ben Jealous might just be the only gubernatorial candidate for 2018 who could bolster his run by getting handcuffed at the White House.

Hogan to Propose Bill to ‘Protect Our Taxpayers’ in Md. from New Federal Tax Overhaul

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Still via YouTube/Gov. Larry Hogan

Gov. Larry Hogan plans to submit a bill to the General Assembly in January that, if passed, he says will mitigate the worst effects of the tax overhaul measure that passed through Congress today.

Hogan’s Baltimore Crime Plan: Bring in U.S. Marshals and State Police, Demolish More Vacants

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Still via Gov. Larry Hogan/Facebook

With no signs of violence slowing in Baltimore at the end of 2017, Maryland’s governor plans to send in U.S. Marshals, state troopers and probation and parole officers to assist city law enforcement, and to ramp up demolition of vacant properties in crime-riddled areas, among other strategies.

Hogan Takes Another Whack at Paid Sick Leave with ‘Compromise Proposal’

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Still via Gov. Larry Hogan/Facebook

Despite his controversial veto just six months ago, Gov. Larry Hogan still has paid sick leave on his mind.

Frosh Opts Not to Weigh in on Hogan’s Peace Cross Fight (for Now), Irking Governor

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The “Peace Cross.” Photo by Ben Jacobson, via Wikimedia Commons.

Attorney General Brian Frosh isn’t quite ready to help fight for the state’s right to spend taxpayer money maintaining a 40-foot-tall cross in Prince George’s County.

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