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Ethics board calls on Rawlings-Blake to control use of 1st Mariner tickets
Baltimore City's ethics board called on Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's administration to enact stricter controls over how her office distributes free passes to events at such venues as First Mariner Arena, the Baltimore Sun reported.
Board members released an opinion Wednesday stating that while they believe the acceptance of free tickets is permitted under a contract with the venue, they were "troubled" by the way the mayor used the tickets, allowing friends, family and staffers to attend dozens…
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