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Baltimore gets $4 million for health-focused home repairs

The Daily Record

Federal officials have awarded Baltimore nearly $4 million to remove lead and other hazards from houses in the city, arguing that students who come from healthier homes do better in school Read more in The Daily Record

Baltimore gets $3.7M for lead removal


Federal housing officials are awarding more than $37 million to Baltimore to eliminate lead poison hazards and perform assessments of hundreds of homes for low-income families Read more on WMAR

Md. landlords get warnings over lead paint

Baltimore Sun

With many Maryland landlords failing to respond to the state's expanded effort to curb childhood lead poisoning, officials are mass-mailing pointed reminders this summer to tens of thousands of property owners to register their rental units or risk being fined Read more in the Baltimore Sun

Hogan keeps housing chief despite lead comments

Baltimore Sun

Gov Larry Hogan's housing secretary will stay in the job despite calls for his ouster over remarks suggesting that mothers might deliberately poison their children with lead to obtain free housing Read more in the Baltimore Sun

Rutherford says governor won’t back lead liability limits

Baltimore Sun

Disavowing remarks made by the state's chief housing official, Lt Gov Boyd Rutherford said Saturday that the Hogan administration will not propose any easing of liability for landlords whose tenants' children are harmed by lead paint in rental homes Read more in The Baltimore Sun
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