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Former Baltimore mayor apologizes for book scam: ‘None of this was intentional’

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Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced to three years in prison for a children’s book scam that funneled money into her campaign for personal use. Pugh apologized to the citizens of Baltimore saying she “learned a lot of lessons” and looks “forward to regaining” her strength.