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What we can learn from Maryland's work on opioid abuse

Originally published in the Herald-Mail

By Andrew F. Quinlan and Brian Garst
Published on Friday, April 07, 2017
What we can learn from Maryland's work on opioid abuse

Originally published in the Herald-Mail

By Andrew F. Quinlan and Brian Garst
Published on Friday, April 07, 2017
Evaluating Public Policy Responses to Opioid Abuse and Maryland's Proposed and Existing Initiatives

By Andrew F. Quinlan and Brian Garst
Published on Thursday, April 06, 2017
Evaluating Public Policy Responses to Opioid Abuse and Maryland's Proposed and Existing Initiatives

By Andrew F. Quinlan and Brian Garst
Published on Thursday, April 06, 2017
Assessing Marylandís Response to the Opioid Crisis

Published on Thursday, April 06, 2017
Assessing Marylandís Response to the Opioid Crisis

Published on Thursday, April 06, 2017
What we should do about health care insurance

Originally published in the Herald-Mail

By Thomas A. Firey
Published on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
What we should do about health care insurance

Originally published in the Herald-Mail

By Thomas A. Firey
Published on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Proposed Baltimore City school cuts will hurt where it counts most - the classroom

Originally published on FOX News 45 - Baltimore

By Chris Papst | FOX News
Published on Monday, March 27, 2017
BALTIMORE (WBFF) – Leaders in Baltimore City are praising Governor Larry Hogan after the first-term Republican announced an additional $24 million for ailing Baltimore City Schools. But does that money fix the deficit problem? It certainly helps this, but what about next year? Budget deficits happen just about every year in Baltimore City Public Schools.
Proposed Baltimore City school cuts will hurt where it counts most - the classroom

Originally published on FOX News 45 - Baltimore

By Chris Papst | FOX News
Published on Monday, March 27, 2017
BALTIMORE (WBFF) – Leaders in Baltimore City are praising Governor Larry Hogan after the first-term Republican announced an additional $24 million for ailing Baltimore City Schools. But does that money fix the deficit problem? It certainly helps this, but what about next year? Budget deficits happen just about every year in Baltimore City Public Schools.
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