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An Open Letter To Congressman Elijah Cummings, of Maryland's 7th District:

Dear Congressman:

Thanks for all of the work you do. As a lifelong resident of Baltimore City and Baltimore County, I know firsthand how much the region of the country has to offer, and the extent of what problems we still have to overcome. I reside in Congressional District 2 (we're neighbors!), and have spent significant time in all areas of Baltimore City and Baltimore County. I know all too well of our fearsome heroin rates, childhood pregnancy, illiteracy, a school system in dire need of reform, an alarming amount of gun crimes. So consider me a cynic and skeptic when I peruse the minutes of Wednesday's House Oversight and...

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