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Topic - Jim Green
Maryland lawmakers pushed for several measures to help cut down on contraband and fight corruption in correctional facilities on Tuesday, but some lawmakers questioned whether stiffer penalties for bringing in and receiving contraband cellphones went too far.
"The Odd Life of Timothy Green" has all the attributes of a family movie — it's gentle, earnest and told in broad strokes, and it is careful to telegraph for adult audiences that it plans to take up a serious subject. At the same time, this contemporary fable doesn't have just a single moral.
Jim Green, the Baltimore police department's government relations director, said cellphones can be used by inmates to commit dangerous crimes inside and outside prisons.
Jim Green, NASA's director of planetary science, said the rovers have made huge strides in learning about Mars to eventually send humans there.