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Baltimore's experiment in universal basic income is two months in, and initial payments have meant newfound stability for at least some participants.
October 12, 2022
The organization, which has filed for a temporary restraining order against Jeremy LaMaster, categorically denies the allegations, which it says were made only after LaMaster was terminated.
September 28, 2022
It’s a delay that advocates for Baltimore nonprofits say can hobble organizations, especially those with shoestring staffs, who rely on the federal grant funding to meet basic needs such as paying employees and providing them with health care benefits.
August 12, 2022
While Baltimore ranks in the bottom half of large municipalities in both the amount of stimulus money obligated and spent, according to a city analysis, it outpaces a group of "peer" cities.
August 9, 2022
Hosts for Humanity, a small nonprofit that assists people traveling to Baltimore for healthcare, is relaunching next month and broadening its scope to welcome those coming here for abortions. Already, 15 new families have signed up to be hosts.
July 19, 2022