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Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade; States Can Ban AbortionAbortion is protected in Maryland. It was approved by a voter referendum in 1992 and expanded by lawmakers earlier this year.
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Smith Island Awarded $1 Million To Improve Roads And Save TourismThe money will go toward resurfacing roads that lead to significant tourist sites on the island.
University System Of Maryland Drops SAT/ACT Admissions RequirementEach of the 12 schools in the system could still decide to keep the test requirement.
Baltimore City Council Passes Budget For Fiscal Year 2023The city’s budget for the fiscal year 2023 totals $4.11 billion, including $3.32 billion for operating expenses and $792.6 million for capital investment.

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