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Ride On Service To Begin Adding Back Services Sunday, March 13th

Beginning on Sunday, March 13th, Ride On will restore some of the services it cut due to the surge in COVID-19 cases in January. Ride On states that with these changes, service will increase about 6%. Service Changes Link Ride On Flex On-demand service in Wheaton/Glenmont will be restored Restored Ride On Service Ride On… Continue reading Ride On Service To Begin Adding Back Services Sunday, March 13th

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Raskin, Sarbanes, Trone Co-Sign Letter To Ask The White House To Investigate Travel Nurse Pay

Before the pandemic, nurses were underpaid and hospitals were understaffed. After the pandemic, these issues were only exacerbated. Nurses left hospitals and entered the travel nurse workforce because they could make more money. Hospitals, especially hospitals in rural areas that were already having a hard time keeping nurses on staff and recruiting new ones, have… Continue reading Raskin, Sarbanes, Trone Co-Sign Letter To Ask The White House To Investigate Travel Nurse Pay

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District 18 State Senator Jeffrey Waldstreicher receives endorsement from State Attorney General Brian Frosh

In a tweet posted on January 14th, State Senator Jeffrey Waldstreicher announced that he was endorsed by “progressive champion” Attorney General Brian Frosh. Frosh states that Senator Waldstreicher is “a champion for our progressive values.” I’m sure Attorney General Frosh knows Waldstreicher, has worked with him in the past, and I’m very surprised that anyone… Continue reading District 18 State Senator Jeffrey Waldstreicher receives endorsement from State Attorney General Brian Frosh

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