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Catherine E. Pugh

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  • Drugs expensive under plans sold on health exchange, survey finds

    Drugs expensive under plans sold on health exchange, survey finds
    The Affordable Care Act is not so affordable for many Marylanders, according to a new survey. The landmark law that was supposed to make insurance available to hundreds of thousands of people without coverage is costing Marylanders so much more in...
  • Lawmakers put paid sick leave on agenda

    Lawmakers put paid sick leave on agenda
    State lawmakers are gearing up for a fight over paid sick leave, as a nationwide campaign highlighted by President Barack Obama during his recent visit to Baltimore gains a hearing in Annapolis. Advocates began calling on the state two years ago to...
  • Catherine Pugh's sartorial state

    Catherine Pugh's sartorial state
    When state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh learned last Friday that she was invited by the White House to sit with first lady Michelle Obama during President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, one of her first thoughts was about what was she going to wear....
  • Letter writing has value: 8 who wrote Obama to attend State of the Union, sit with first lady

    Who says it doesn't pay to send a letter to the president of the United States? It did for eight people from around the country who told President Barack Obama how his policies helped them overcome personal hardship. The White House invited them to sit...
  • High-fashion politicos run Pigtown consignment shop

    High-fashion politicos run Pigtown consignment shop
    Stacy Smith always stops by 2 Chic Boutique in Pigtown to scour the racks of discount designer clothes before she shops anywhere else. The consignment shop is bursting with suits, skirts, gowns and accessories with labels to melt a fashionista's heart:...
  • In popular – but illegal – Baltimore dirt bike scene, female rider makes waves

    In popular – but illegal – Baltimore dirt bike scene, female rider makes waves
    The 85-cc engine of the Honda dirt bike belches as the bareheaded rider accelerates down Fayette Street through West Baltimore. With a bicep tattoo of a 12 O'Clock Boy — a rider holding a wheelie, straight up — the biker leans forward,...
  • Low-income Baltimoreans can get help with energy bills at Saturday expo

    Low-income Baltimore residents can get help in applying for energy assistance grants from Baltimore Gas and Electric representatives at an expo on Saturday. The expo will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Coppin State University's Talon Center, 500...
  • Zirkin named to head Senate Judicial Proceedings panel

    Zirkin named to head Senate Judicial Proceedings panel
    Sen. Bobby Zirkin, who cast the pivotal vote in the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee to repeal Maryland's death penalty, will take over the chairmanship of that panel, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller announced Wednesday. Zirkin, a...
  • In perfect conditions, community of runners competes in Baltimore Running Festival

    In perfect conditions, community of runners competes in Baltimore Running Festival
    After enduring a series of hills in the second half of the course, Brian Rosenberg slowed when he reached mile 20 of Saturday's Baltimore Marathon. But once he saw Camden Yards in the distance around mile 24, Rosenberg let out a burst of speed as he...
  • Hogan, Brown clash on education, economy, environment

    Hogan, Brown clash on education, economy, environment
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan brought their combative disagreement on Maryland's future to their third and final televised debate in the race for governor. In their most wide-ranging exchange yet, Brown and Hogan disagreed...
  • Again without purse, more a community race

    Again without purse, more a community race
    The Baltimore Running Festival's organizer thinks it's pretty cool that an Owings Mills man won the marathon last year, the first time a local runner has crossed the finish line first. The running festival didn't have prize money to award after Under...