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Housing organizazton tackles racial discrimination

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SEABROOK – The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), along with 19 other housing organizations, recently filed a housing discrimination lawsuit in a federal district court against three financial and real estate companies for the care of foreclosed homes in 30 metro areas across the United States, including Prince George’s County. 

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Officials puzzled by new FBI HQ proposal

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FBIHQSEABROOK – The federal General Services Administration (GSA) submitted a report to the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) in mid-February that outlined a new plan for the FBI headquarters that would involve the destruction and reconstruction at the current headquarters on Pennsylvania Avenue and spread the remaining personnel across several states.

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Local residents discuss county budget

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LARGO – County Executive Rushern Baker, III held a public meeting at the Rennie Forum at Prince George’s Community College on Feb. 8 so participants could share their input regarding the county’s fiscal year 2019 proposed budget.

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