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Past articles by Pat:

Some Ballots For Maryland’s June 2 Primary Being Mailed Late; Officials Urge Voters Not To Procrastinate – CBS Baltimore

If you are a Baltimore voter who has yet to receive a primary election ballot, chances are it's in the mail. → Read More

SEE IT: Morgan State’s Choir Sings Beautiful Rendition Of ‘We Are The World’

At a time when the world needs a little hope, Morgan State University's choir offers just that with their rendition of "We are the World." → Read More

‘I Want To See The City Thrive’: Young Hopes Voters Give Him Full Four-Year Term As Mayor – CBS Baltimore

WJZ is taking a closer look at the candidates hoping to become the next mayor: in this story is current mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young. → Read More

Despite His Youth, Brandon Scott Says He Has Experience Needed To Lead Baltimore

In the wide field of candidates for Mayor of Baltimore there are political veterans, newcomers and current office holders. → Read More

‘It’s A Close Race’ | Sheila Dixon Hopes To Win Mayoral Election, Regain Public Trust

Former Baltimore mayor Sheila Dixon is running to become the future mayor of the city yet again. → Read More

Baltimore Police Launch Surveillance Plane Pilot Program

The Baltimore Police Department launched Friday its controversial surveillance plane pilot program. → Read More

Md. Lawmakers Debate Bill That Would Require Baltimore City School Police To Carry Guns

Some Maryland lawmakers are pushing a bill that requires Baltimore City School police to carry guns in schools. → Read More

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Waiving Costs For ‘Medically Necessary’ Coronavirus Tests – CBS Baltimore

Marylanders covered by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield won't have to pay for medically necessary tests related to the coronavirus, the healthcare company said Saturday. → Read More

Maryland House Of Delegates Passes Kirwan Commission Education Funding Plan

The legislation, known as the Blueprint for Maryland's Future, is based on the recommendations of a state commission that worked for three years on the proposal. → Read More

Md. Senate Unanimously Passes Emergency Coronavirus Funding

The Maryland State Senate Friday unanimously passed an emergency bill from Gov. Larry Hogan that would allow the state to use up to $50 million in rainy day funds in the event of a coronavirus emergency. → Read More

Bill Would Boost Funding For Chesapeake Bay Cleanup

The bill has passed the U.S. House, and Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin is leading the effort in the Senate. → Read More

Assisted-Suicide Bill Gets Hearing In Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

The state Senate's judicial proceedings committee heard testimony Friday about the End of Life Option Act, a bill that would allow terminally ill people to request aid in dying. → Read More

‘Olivia’s Law’ Requiring Md. Universities To Have Outbreak Response Plans Passes House 139-0

Concern about an outbreak of coronavirus in the US comes as Maryland lawmakers advance a bill that stems from an outbreak of a different virus at the University of Maryland in 2018. → Read More

Police: 1 Person Killed, Another Injured After Double Shooting In Glen Burnie

One person was killed and another person was injured after a double shooting in Anne Arundel County on Saturday. → Read More

Maryland Lawmakers Hear Testimony On Gov. Hogan’s Proposal To Start School After Labor Day

The debate over the start of school is rekindled in Annapolis. Lawmakers heard testimony Friday of Governor Larry Hogan's proposal to start school after Labor Day. → Read More

Md. Lawmakers Consider Adding Sales Tax For Services Like Daycare, Lawn Mowing

A sweeping tax proposal in Maryland has people sitting up and taking notice. → Read More

Bill To End Hairstyle Discrimination Being Discussed In Maryland

A movement to end discrimination based upon a person’s natural hairstyle is underway in Annapolis. → Read More

Cleanup Continues After ‘Unprecedented’ February Tornado Outbreak Hits Maryland – CBS Baltimore

A day after a rare February tornado outbreak tore through parts of Maryland, residents continue to clean up the damage left behind. → Read More

‘Students Want To Vote’: Bill Would Require Large Md. Universities To Add Polling Places On Campus

The Student Voter Empowerment Act would require colleges and universities with more than 4,200 undergraduates to put polling places on campus. → Read More

Lawmakers Hear Details Of Bill That Would Ban All Flavored Tobacco Products In Maryland

It's straight tobacco or nothing under a bill that would ban Maryland retailers from selling any flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes. → Read More