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  • Maryland's medical marijuana paradox [Editorial]

    Maryland's medical marijuana paradox  [Editorial]
    Advocates are generally praising Maryland's proposed new medical marijuana regulations as a step in the right direction after an initial effort failed to make the drug available to patients with chronic pain, nausea and other conditions thought to be alleviated by it. But they have raised concerns about some details, particularly in how doctors would be required to handle the drug, that essentially boil down to this paradox: They object that the regulations would treat marijuana like any other medicine and that they would not.
  • Construction contract awarded for new HCC nursing, allied health building

    Construction contract awarded for new HCC nursing, allied health building
    Kinsley Construction Company of York, Pa., was recently selected as the builder of Harford Community College's new Nursing and Allied Health Building. Kinsley was selected for the $13.9 million contract after members of the HCC Board of Trustees reviewed...

    HCC unveils new non-credit courses for summer

    HCC unveils new non-credit courses for summer
    Howard Community College in Columbia is offering more than 50 new non-credit courses this summer, with many focusing on how to teach science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to preschool-age children and women and girls. Other non-credit...

    Tough economic times make less expensive colleges more attractive to families

    Sam Cameron says high school classmates used to give her "funny looks" when she told them she planned to go to a local community college after graduation instead of some prestigious four-year institution. But the 19-year-old, now in her second year at...

    A look at Maryland's emergency medical system

    The state of Maryland created one of the nation's first statewide emergency medical systems to ensure that patients got consistent and timely care no matter where they were. The Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems now oversees and...