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Job Training is Vital to Economic Security for Women

Women play an important role in the success of the Washington region’s economy, and Maryland can do more to foster their economic security through job training that gives them the skills they need to thrive in today’s economy. Although women in this region are more

Casinos Contributed Millions More To Education, Resulting In the State Spending Less

Despite almost $60 million in additional revenue specifically for education spending due to record high casino profits, thousands of Maryland public school teachers and staff face possible termination. That’s because surplus funds are not going toward increasing the state’s education spending levels of the year

Governor’s Plan for Public Safety Layoffs Takes Wrong Approach

Families will struggle to make ends meet for no good public policy reason under Governor Hogan’s plan to lay off up to 63 state workers—in the department that runs the state’s prisons and parole and probation service. The Administration’s proposal to cut positions from the