• 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
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    Women in Maryland Pay More in Taxes as a Share of Their Incomes
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Hefty Tuition Hike at Public Universities Threatens Maryland’s Future

As students at Maryland’s public universities and community colleges head back to school this fall, they can expect to pay historically high tuition rates. Thanks to stagnating public investment, inflation-adjusted tuition at these institutions is higher than it has been in at least a decade,

Tax-free Shopping Week is a Bad Investment for Maryland

Photo by Mimzy Creative Commons When Maryland parents head to stores this sales-tax-free shopping week to restock the school essentials their kids need, they won’t be getting quite the bargain they might think. As good as they sound, these short-term tax-free shopping promotions do little

Federal Housing Assistance is a Good Investment that Helps More than Tenants

With federal housing assistance today helping only one of four eligible families, it’s clear that increased investment in making sure everyone has a decent place to live would pay big dividends for all Marylanders by boosting the state economy. In 2014, these programs helped make