Nearly seven years ago, a group of folks from private nonprofits and from state government were drawn together by a mutual concern about a drug crisis in Baltimore. The nonprofits were interested in saving families and communities; government officials were interested in cutting costs in an inefficient,...
Headlines like those in The New York Times ("U.S. to Release 6,000 Inmates From Prisons") and in this newspaper ("Hundreds of Marylanders will be among federal drug prisoners released early") are enough to add to the jitters of a city already grappling with an explosion of violence. But hold your...
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