Min. Wage Plan Should Spark Outrage, O’Malley Update, Adopt Your Next Pet: Blog Roundup
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Latest from Governor Martin O’Malley: SOTU and What We’ve Done in Maryland – Part V
When the President delivered his State of the Union last week, he demonstrated bold leadership on finding new and innovative ways to cut waste, increase efficiencies, improve education from Pre-School to higher education, keep families safe, and create jobs.
The vision the President laid out will move our nation forward. Here in Maryland, we are already working towards stronger families, stronger communities, and a stronger America.
Last week, President Obama gave his annual State of the Union speech before a joint session of Congress. I am stunned at how far left he has moved politically. He wants more government spending, more programs, and more government regulations.
Here I am again with some more great
doggies. Feast your eyes on these beautiful babies and stop by or call the
Prince George's Animal Services Facility at 301-780-7200.
There are many reasons that you visit a physician. You may feel sick, be injured, or you may need a physical. You might have a chronic medical problem that needs attention or you need advice about your general health.
Yoga is like a long car ride, and I feel like the kid in the backseat asking, "When are we gonna get there?" I’m thinking I need some more muscles. Not necessarily big ones, just more than I’ve got.
I remember when I started yoga, I stood in a studio with a group
of women who had probably been working out most of their days. It was day one for me.
Parents can round up the kids and head to the Maryland Science Center, March 14 from 10am-1pm, to count decimal places and stuff their faces at Pi Day, the annual celebration of π (and pie!), the mathematical symbol for the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.