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BY Simone Ellin
January 23, 2014

Local organizations have benefited substantially from a part of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore’s Sustainability Initiative, reaping thousands of dollars in interest-free loans for greening their facilities. Administered since 2011 by The Associated and sponsor FJC Security Services, a donor-advised fund in New York, the Green Loan Project is designed to help organizations CONTINUE »

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BY Heather Norris
January 23, 2014

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley introduced his 2015 budget last week, promising not to raise taxes while trying to close the structural deficit that has plagued the state for almost a decade. “This fiscally responsible budget builds on the tremendous progress we’ve made as a state, strengthening our economy by supporting 48,000 jobs, protecting our No. CONTINUE »

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MHBE problems could provide governor contenders with new campaign weapon
BY Heather Norris
January 23, 2014

In addition to fueling Republican fire, the problems with the launch of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, Maryland’s Affordable Care Act portal, have also provided ammunition for fellow Democrats looking to defeat Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown in June’s gubernatorial primary. “At this point he’s got to take responsibility,” said Jolene Ivey (D-47), who is running CONTINUE »

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Dr. Stacey Feinstein, emergency physician
BY Melissa Gerr
January 23, 2014

“Under The Radar” is an occasional feature that highlights the diverse cross section of Jewish Baltimore. Less than an hour into her 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. shift at Medstar Union Memorial Hospital’s emergency department, Dr. Stacey Feinstein saw a young man complaining of chest pains, a middle-aged woman known for continuous drinking and repeated CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
January 16, 2014

Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins (D-6) will be the 2014 council chairperson, making her the third female to lead the council. The council voted unanimously on Monday, Jan. 6 to confirm Bevins as the chair. “I am humbled by the trust and confidence that my fellow council members have expressed by selecting me to serve CONTINUE »