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Maryland’s Economy Is Making Progress, but Too Many Are Still Locked Out

Many families in Maryland saw their standard of living improve in 2016, according to census data released last week. At the same time, the damage from the Great Recession is still not fully healed after almost a decade and too many in our state are

With Sufficient Resources, Schools Can Put All Students on a Path to Success

A great public education system is one of the building blocks of Maryland’s prosperity. But as multiple independent analyses have shown, our school system doesn’t currently provide the same opportunities to all children. An education system that leaves many behind is out of step with

Needless Cuts Underscore Need for Budget Reform

The governor and the Board of Public Works cut already approved funding for state services by $61 million on Wednesday. Midyear cuts like this are ordinarily used to plug holes in the budget in response to lower-than-expected revenues, but the Board of Revenue Estimates last