Steve Kearney: Among the Bushes

Like many reality shows, the rolling White House crisis seems to have no beginning or end.  It just is.  But it’s instructive to remember where the current, more intense series of episodes began. May 10, 2017.  There was yet another crisis to manage.  White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was furious at the Washington Post – outraged by its reporting on the aftermath of President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey. 

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Dr. Leana Wen: President Trump’s Proposed Federal Budget Harms the Health of Baltimoreans

The federal budget proposal released on Tuesday by President Trump cuts life-saving services and will harm the health and well-being of hundreds of thousands of Baltimoreans. It will particularly affect the following individuals: Seniors, children, individuals with substance use and mental health disorders, and people with chronic diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

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Dr. Leana Wen: How the Republican House Bill to Replace the ACA Will Harm Millions of Americans

Yesterday, the House passed legislation to replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). This current bill worsens an already critically-flawed piece of legislation that was introduced in March and failed to pass. The bill will endanger millions of Americans, who will lose coverage for life-saving services. Millions more—including seniors—will no longer be able to pay for healthcare.

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Tessemae's scouts for larger HQ, seeks Maryland assistance to stay local

Tessemae's All Natural, the homegrown salad dressing and condiment maker, is on the hunt for larger space and not ruling out a move to outside the state. The eight-year-old company currently occupies 36,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space in Essex. Tessemae's lease is set to expire at the end of May, CEO Greg Vetter said, and is looking for new digs of between 100,000 square feet to 150,000 square feet. (Balt. Bus. Journal)

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Dundalk Renaissance Corporation Invites Next Generation of Home Buyers to Bayside Baltimore County

Diane Lesman, Marketing and Development Director for the Dundalk Renassiance Corporation, discusses the tremendous job growth and rising home values in Dundalk. The DRC's housing fair on Saturday, April 22 will provide information and exhibits on housing and financing, including grants for first-time home buyers, to welcome new families and professionals to Bayside Baltimore County.

Jay Perman & Freeman Hrabowski: March for Science

On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to march in Washington, DC, to celebrate and defend science—at a time when many believe that science does, in fact, need defending. President Trump’s budget proposal cuts 31 percent from the Environmental Protection Agency, slashes the Department of Energy’s basic science research program, and zeroes out a program that supports early-stage research into technologies that can reduce our national dependence on fossil fuels.

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Dundalk Renaissance Corporation Executive Director on Bayside Baltimore County’s Opportunities and Value

Big things are happening in Dundalk. With great schools and 43 miles of waterfront, this collection of authentic neighborhoods is poised for a renaissance with new developments like Tradepoint Atlantic making it a prime value investment opportunity for local and prospective homeowners. Tom Stewart sits down with Amy Menzer, Executive Director of the Dundalk Renaissance Corporation that are strengthening current homeowners and attracting new families to buy into Bayside Baltimore County.

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Inside the Headlines with Amy Cavanaugh Royce: Maryland Art Place and SHADE 2017

Mayor Pugh’s Hire One Youth Summer Jobs Initiative provides students throughout Baltimore the opportunity to gain the skills and experience to succeed in the workforce. Watch below to hear Amy Cavanaugh Royce, Executive Director of Maryland Art Place, share the program's impact on one student. Once you're inspired, support the program and the future of Baltimore’s youth by attending SHADE 2017, Baltimore’s hottest Preakness after-party, on Saturday, May 20, 8:30 PM – 1:30 AM at Port Discovery.

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