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State of Working Maryland: Many Marylanders Remain Burdened With Energy Expenses

Despite a decline in energy costs over the past year, many Marylanders’ continue to struggle with their energy expenses. Over the past year the price of crude oil has fallen dramatically, resulting in lower gasoline, diesel fuel, and heating oil prices. As a result, consumer

State of Working Maryland: Poverty in Maryland

Too many Marylanders can’t afford the basics Maryland is arguably the richest state (per capita) in the nation, yet we struggle to take care of all Marylanders. Furthermore, because we do not provide enough help to struggling families, it can be very hard to escape

State of Working Maryland: Unionization Up Slightly in Maryland

Unionization Up Slightly in Maryland The number of unionized workers in Maryland increased slightly over the past year, despite a nationwide decline in the percentage of unionized workers. That’s good news since union membership is associated with higher wages for workers, which ultimately results in
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Statement in Support of SB 652- Expungement of Records

February 19, 2015 by Kathleen Algire-Fedarcyk

Statement in Support of SB 526- Maryland’s Second Chance Act 2015

February 19, 2015 by Kathleen Algire-Fedarcyk

Maryland’s Safety Net Reduces Poverty, Helps Children Succeed, and Boost our Economy

February 13, 2015 by Kathleen Algire-Fedarcyk
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