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Bill Harmon was running out of options. About a year ago, the 55-year-old Baltimore resident was working two part-time jobs, struggling to make ends meet and living without medical insurance. “I was literally living week to week,” Harmon said. “I definitely needed a living wage, because I was dying.”Harmon found Civic Works and its B’more Green program, a green job-training program designed to...

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