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May 3, 2017
Annapolis native with Down syndrome enjoys lobbying, working

By HANNAH KLARNER Capital News Service ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Madelyn Monzo doesn’t spend her paychecks — she’s saving them to take her father to Walt Disney World. The 24-year-old Annapolis native works in a discount store — her third job since taking programs at the Providence Center, an organization that helps “individuals with disabilities to […]

August 25, 2017
From prescription painkillers ‘straight to heroin’

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland—Randy Forgette has struggled with addiction for many years, and said he finds relief from drugs while incarcerated.

February 17, 2017
Illicit-drug use OK in ‘safe’ site under Maryland bill

By HANNAH KLARNER Capital News Service   ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Illegal-drug users in Maryland could partake in recreational use under a bill that would create legal, sanitary illicit-drug use facilities in the state.   The bill, proposed by Delegate Dan Morhaim, D-Baltimore County, would create an overdose-prevention and safer drug-consumption program allowing drug users to […]

March 11, 2017
Maryland Terps at B1G Tournament
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January 20, 2017
President Donald J. Trump sworn into office in Washington, D.C.

President Donald J. Trump became the 45th president of the United States Friday.

February 16, 2017
Religious leaders gather in Annapolis to support earned sick leave
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January 19, 2017
Thanks, Obama event attracts hundreds to show gratitude
Bejidé Davis, one of the organizers of the “Thanks, Obama” event speaks about her inspiration and involvement in the event which took place in Washington D.C. on January 19, 2017. (Hannah Klarner/ Capital News Service) Chad Dear, a Washington D.C. resident originally from Montana, signs a thank you poster hanging at the “Thanks, Obama” event [...]
January 21, 2017
Women’s March on Washington

Thousands of people, women and men, gathered in Washington today to march for women’s rights, diversity, human rights, and against President Donald J. Trump. (Capital News Service video by Hannah Klarner)