• 2016 Session Leaves Missed Opportunities to Help Working Marylanders
    2016 Session Leaves Missed Opportunities to Help Working Marylanders
  • Approved Maryland State Budget Leaves Unmet Needs
    Approved State Budget Leaves Unmet Needs
  • Women in Maryland Pay More in Taxes as a Share of Their Incomes
    Women in Maryland Pay More in Taxes as a Share of Their Incomes
From The Blog

New Overtime Rules Expected to Benefit Thousands of Marylanders

More than 200,000 Marylanders who until now couldn’t receive overtime pay even when they worked extra hours stand to benefit when new federal rules take effect. The state’s economy will get a boost too, from this long overdue action. Like the minimum wage, federal rules

Maryland Investing Less in Higher Education and Students Pay the Price

As many new graduates across Maryland are celebrating their newly minted college degrees this month, reduced state investment in higher education and rising tuition costs threaten to put this milestone out of reach of too many Marylanders. Years of reduced state support have helped drive

Maryland Threatens Broad Prosperity by Weakening Estate Tax

Maryland has more millionaires per capita than any other state, and asks less of them when it comes time to support the public good through schools, hospitals and transportation. Maryland was one of just 14 states that had the foresight to preserve its estate tax