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Penny-Wise, Pound-Foolish Policies Could Threaten Projects that Help Economy Grow

Against a backdrop of growing revenues and an improving economy, Maryland might still face eliminating or delaying important transportation projects, school building and other public investments that help create jobs and build a strong economy. It won’t be due to lack of money. Instead the

Accepting Refugees Would Benefit Maryland’s Economy

Governor Larry Hogan and the now more than two dozen governors who have said they intend to block Syrian refugees from entering their states should reconsider their positions. The implication that refugees are allowed to resettle in the United States with little screening is false

School Cuts More Likely to Harm Students of Color

Gov. Larry Hogan’s continued refusal to release available education funding is disproportionately hurting students of color throughout Maryland, putting those students at further disadvantage because they are more likely to attend schools that don’t have all the resources they need to help students succeed. A