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Mayor Pugh Reaches Agreement to Increase the City's Affordable Housing Trust Fund
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and Baltimore City Council leaders, including President Bernard C. "Jack" Young and Housing Committee Chairman John Bullock have reached an historic agreement with the Baltimore Housing Roundtable and Housing for All Coalition to drastically increase the city’s funding of affordable housing.
Mayor Pugh and City of Baltimore Partner with Kaiser Permanente to Support Baltimore's Small Businesses
Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and the Mayor's Office of Small, Minority and Women Business will partner with Kaiser Permanente to launch Baltimore's first Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) cohort. ICCC was created by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), a national nonprofit research and advisory organization. Over the next six months, this cohort of business owners will complete an in-depth training and coaching program that has been proven in other cities to help small businesses accelerate to their next stage of growth.
Federal Representatives Join Mayor Pugh, Health Commissioner Dr. Wen, and Title X Grantees to Announce Opposition to Policies Threatening Women’s Health
Today, Baltimore City’s federal delegation joined Mayor Catherine E. Pugh, Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen, and representatives from Baltimore City’s Title X grantees to warn of the potential impact that new restrictions on Title X funds would have on women and families in Baltimore City and across the nation.
Baltimore Takes On Fossil Fuel Companies to Protect Taxpayers from the Costs and Consequences of Climate Change
The East Coast’s 5th largest city today joined a growing number of communities that are trying to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for knowingly contributing to what one of the industry’s own experts described as the “potentially catastrophic” consequences of climate change. The lawsuit was filed in state Circuit Court in Baltimore City.