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Yvonne Wenger

Yvonne Wenger writes about poverty, social welfare and all matters that stand in the way of a thriving Maryland. She’s written about veterans affairs, Baltimore politics and governance and communities working to overcome the legacy of structural racism. Wenger grew up in Lancaster, Pa. She lives in Baltimore with her husband and daughter.
She bridged neighborhoods and Sagamore for Port Covington deal. Can she do the same for Hopkins?

Alicia Wilson, a chief negotiator on the $5.5 billion Port Covington project, will leave Sagamore Development to lead economic development for Johns Hopkins.

Maryland should overhaul child support system and how payments are set, Abell Foundation report says

Child support orders in Maryland should be written based on a parent's actual ability to pay them, according to an Abell Foundation report.

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