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Repealing the Affordable Care Act Without a Replacement Would Leave Even More Without Insurance

This week, two additional Republican senators came out against the Senate healthcare bill, leaving it with too few votes to move forward. Though the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) has been defeated in its current form, the fight to preserve the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Scheduled Minimum Wage Bump Helps Working Marylanders, Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Many of Maryland’s lowest-paid workers will get a pay raise Saturday thanks to a scheduled increase in the state’s minimum wage to $9.25 per hour (though tipped workers will still languish at $3.63 per hour). This is the second-to-last in a series of increases called

More Maryland Families Will Go Hungry Unless Congress Rejects Administration Budget

Two major food assistance programs that help hundreds of thousands of struggling Maryland residents put food on the table are on the chopping block in the Trump budget. Cuts to these programs will leave more Marylanders hungry, deepen poverty, and make it harder for the