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August 10, 2023

Bill to alleviate federal pay compression introduced by House Dems

Credit: Nextgov A group of House Democrats led by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C., on Tuesday introduced legislation aimed at…

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August 09, 2023

Black Entrepreneur Banned From Accepting Food Stamps at His Convenience Store, Files Lawsuit Against USDA

Credit: Black Business Altimont Wilks, the owner of a Black-owned convenience store in Hagerstown, Maryland who was formerly incarcerated, has…

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August 07, 2023

A unified Chesapeake National Recreation Area has support of more than 100 stakeholders

Credit: Augusta Free Press After a six-month comment period and draft legislation announced last fall, legislation was introduced to create…

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August 04, 2023

Bipartisan lawmakers call for ‘aggressive’ approach with China to fight fentanyl

Credit: The Hill A group of bipartisan lawmakers are calling on Secretary of State Antony Blinken to take “aggressive diplomatic action” with…

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August 03, 2023

House Bill Pushes for Multi-Cloud Tech Roadmap

Credit: Meritalk A new bipartisan House bill is calling on four Federal agencies to draft a roadmap for implementation of…

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August 01, 2023

Democratic lawmakers ask DHS to stop credible fear interviews at CBP facilities

Credit: News Nation McALLEN, Texas (Border Report) — Dozens of Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday called on the Biden administration to…

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July 24, 2023

Employers, Congress Advocate for Second-Chance Hiring

Credit: SHRM At a time when employers are scrambling to fill thousands of open positions, Congress has formed the Bipartisan Second…

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July 20, 2023

Carver Center to receive $850,000 in federal funding

Credit: Cumberland Times-News CUMBERLAND, Md. — The U.S. House of Representatives has approved $850,000 in funding for restoration of the…

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July 15, 2023

Application spike, new renewal system have led to passport delays for Marylanders

Credit: The Baltimore Banner These days, the offices of Maryland members of congress are flooded with calls from residents asking…

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July 11, 2023

What do wild birds have to do with what you pay for eggs at the store?

Credit: WTOP News Maryland’s getting more than $650,000 from the federal government in a plan to prevent disease in wildlife….

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