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Maryland Will Expand 211 Service To Allow Residents To Report Hate Crimes

May 4, 2022

Maryland will expand the 211 phone system, a nonprofit connecting residents to government agencies and support services, to allow callers to report hate crimes and for victims of hate crimes to receive resources, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday. The new features are the result of a partnership between the Office of Immigrant Affairs and 211 Maryland, Hogan’s office said. “This new partnership with 211 Maryland is an important collaboration to overcome language barriers in serving everyone who calls Maryland home and who works to make great contributions to our state,” said Hogan.

Article Source: WJZ-TV

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