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Md. Man Admits To Stealing Dead Dad’s Social Security Payments

A Burtonsville man has pleaded guilty to stealing his late father’s Social Security payments for nearly 20 years.


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Baltimore Housing Agency Pays $6.8M Lead Judgments

The Housing Authority of Baltimore City has paid more than $6.7 million to satisfy six outstanding lead paint judgments.


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IRS Extends Deadline For Storm-Hit Taxpayers

The IRS is giving taxpayers and tax preparers hit by Hurricane Sandy an extra week to file returns and make payments.


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Md. Panel Sets Hospital Rate At Near-Freeze Level

The panel that set rates for hospitals in Maryland has adopted a plan that keeps payments at a near-freeze level.


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Child Support Waiver Bill Passes State Senate

A bill modifying a law that allows Maryland prisoners to ask the court to suspend their child support payments is scheduled for a final vote in the state Senate.


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Zirkin Says Child Support Bill May Need Amendment

State Sen. Robert Zirkin says the chamber might need to amend his legislation to put some prisoners’ child support payments on hold while they are incarcerated.


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Senator Asks UMUC For Documents

The chairman of the U.S. Senate education committee has asked the chancellor of the Maryland state university system to hand over documents related to enrollment and workplace practices at the University of Maryland University College.


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Audit: Md. Backlogged In Payments To Crime Victims

A new state audit says Maryland lacks the money needed to make payments owed to victims of crime in the state.


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Payments Made To Spur Electronic Health Records

Maryland has made its first payments to medical providers and hospitals through the federal Medicaid Electronic Health Records Incentive Program.


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2 Ask Court To Enforce Grand Prix Payments

The man credited with coming up with the idea of the Baltimore Grand Prix and an investor are asking the court to enforce agreements with race organizers worth more than $1 million.


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Medicaid Payments Halted To Eastern Shore Clinic

Maryland health officials say they have stopped Medicaid payments to an Eastern Shore drug treatment and mental health clinic being investigated for fraud.