City Council President Proposes Associated Black Charities Take Control of $12 Million FundBaltimore City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young is expected to introduce legislation on Monday that would have Associated Black Charities take control of the city's voter-mandated $12-million youth fund.
City Council Proposes Taking Sugary Drinks Off Of Youth Restaurant MenusThe City council is weighing an idea that would take soda off the kid's menu at all city restaurants.
Report: Baltimore City Council President Says Officers 'Raping The City' By Not Living In BaltimoreBaltimore City Council President Jack Young reportedly said that Baltimore Police Department officers are "raping the city" by not living in Baltimore.
Controversial Illegal Gun Law Passes In City CouncilA controversial gun bill has passed in City Council.
Baltimore Police, First Responders Could Get Tax Break To Live In CityBaltimore City leaders are working to drive up the population of firefighters and officers living in Baltimore neighborhoods.
Baltimore City Council Votes To Uphold Paris Climate AgreementAt their meeting on Monday, the Baltimore City Council voted to support the Paris Climate Agreement.
New Apt. Complex At Falls & Northern Pway Passes In City Council Despite ProtestsDespite a rush-hour protest in northwest Baltimore Monday morning, an effort has been passed in City Council to develop an apartment complex in Roland Park.
Baltimore City Council & Mayor Catherine Pugh Agree On School BudgetAfter hundreds of students and teachers voiced concerns about education the Baltimore City Council and the mayor have agreed on a budget.
Baltimore Drivers Prepare To Hit The Brakes; Speed Cameras ReturnThe City will soon be turning red light and speed cameras back on.
Baltimore Drivers Beware, Speed And Red Light Cameras To ReturnBaltimore drivers beware, those red and speed light cameras are about to return.
Baltimore City Council Reverses Ban On Stun Guns And TasersThe Baltimore City Council has made stun guns and tasers legal in the City.
City Council Passes Bill Raising Minimum Wage To $15 In BaltimoreBaltimore City Council voted Monday to pass a city minimum wage bill by a 12-3 vote, raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. However, the bill won't become a law until it is approved by the mayor.

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