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Blog Roundup: Fighting Fair with Words Wins Every Time

Top five blogs for the week.

Top Blog Headlines For the Week:

1. Fighting Fair in Five Easy Steps

"In the daily course of our lives disagreements are bound to arise and oftentimes they can erupt into violent arguments where our mouths become lethal weapons, injuring or even destroying a relationship." 

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2. Pollster: Majority of Maryland Voters Support DREAM Act

"A majority of Maryland Voters support a ballot question that would grant in-state tuition to some illegal immigrants in Maryland, according to a Democratic pollster."

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3. Money Matters: College Success for Low-Income Students Is Greatly Dependent on Scholarships

"In 2008 and 2009, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation hired my research company to evaluate a DC college scholarship program. The DC Achievers Program operates in six DC high schools: Anacostia, Ballou, Woodson, Friendship Collegiate, Maya Angelou and Thurgood Marshall."

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4. Latina Mormon Democrat Church Joins with Local Churches for 'A Day to Serve'

"Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (sometimes referred to as the “LDS Church” or “Mormons”) join[ed] with friends and neighbors from other local churches to “Pack the Pantries” of the National Capital Area Food Bank."

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5. An Entrepreneur’s Dream

"Governor O’Malley joined Startup Maryland and dozens of local entrepreneurs and small business owners for the first-ever “Pitch Across Maryland Bus Tour.” The two and a half week tour is designed to connect entrepreneurs to our robust infrastructure of incubators, colleges, small businesses and research facilities while at the same time helping them highlight and promote their business ideas."

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