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Federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore could be replaced
October 5, 2022


By: Bob Constantini

Built in 1976, the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore may be on the way to getting replaced.

More than a decade after he called for a replacement, Senator Ben Cardin’s subcommittee on infrastructure, has instructed the general services administration to replace the current courthouse.

The current courthouse is named after former congressman Edward Garmatz. He served from the 1940s into the 1970s.

The administration is expected to have a report in 90 days.