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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Ron Smith
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay wants to know if his cabinet members and top advisers own any city real estate in need of repair.
A three-story building in midtown St. Louis where jazz greats such as Count Basie, Miles Davis and Duke Ellington once played is facing demolition after being declared a public safety hazard.
As the Maryland House of Delegates takes its final vote on a gun control bill and sends the measure to the state Senate for approval, I am reminded of the last words written on this topic by my late husband, Ron Smith, a radio talk show host, Emmy Award winner and Baltimore Sun columnist.
With training camp just two weeks away, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is in trouble again.
"If it doesn't pass with two-thirds, then we have the potential of lawsuits," said Ron Smith, an attorney for House Republicans.
Smith, however, told the newspaper that the mailer "is perfectly fine."