Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

April 14, 2010

April 14, 2010 – Segment 1

March 25, 2010

March 25, 2010 – Segment 1

First, we bring you another installment of Your Money Matters with Herman Williams, Chairman of the Board of MECU, and Bert Hash, President and Chief Executive Officer of MECU.
Then:
February 22, 2010

Feburary 22 2010 – Hour 1

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is determined to have Baltimore City operate within budget. Up on the chopping block is the Mayor's Channel 25. What's next?Will keeping Baltimore in the green mean an end to going green? Marc and Anthony discuss how city budget cuts will impact neighborhoods and city residents.

February 2, 2010

Feburary 2, 2010 – Segment 2

Marc, Anthony and our callers talk about the city of Baltimore with mayor-to-be, City Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, on the eve of her taking office. We explore her transition process and ambitions for the coming months.

February 1, 2010

February 1, 2010 – Hour 1

January 6, 2010

Mayor Dixon Announces Her Resignation

Mayor Sheila Dixon’s pending resignation is a real tragedy both politically and personally.   

We don’t know the details of the bargain she made with the judge and the prosecutors, although that will all  come out shortly. My guess is that there will not be another trial and that she will fight to keep her  pension. I predict that she may run again in the future.
October 26, 2009

October 26 2009 Hour 2

Will limited service crisis pregnancy centers need to disclose that they do not offer or refer for abortion or comprehensive birth control?  A hearing scheduled for Tuesday, October 27 in Baltimore will discuss the possibility.  Nancy Paltell, Associate Director of
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April 23, 2009

April 23, 2009 – Hour 1

For the first hour of today's show, Marc spoke with Baltimore City Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake about a bill that supporters say would expand live entertainment to more areas of Baltimore. Opponents worry it will have the opposite effect, potentially threatening many venues that are part of an already thriving creative community in Baltimore.