From The Blog

Congress Must Act Soon to Maintain Health Coverage for Children of Working Families

When Congress allowed federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) to expire on Sept. 30, policymakers put at risk health coverage for nearly 9 million children of working families nationwide. For Maryland, this could mean nearly 138,000 children lose their health care if

Maryland’s Local Governments Shouldn’t Put Themselves on the Clearance Rack for Amazon

Amazon’s increasing dominance of the retail sector has helped squeeze traditional retailers and local businesses, prompting many to offer deep discounts before ultimately closing their doors. Maryland cities and counties should avoid the same fate as they bid for the e-commerce giant’s new headquarters. Three

More Marylanders have health insurance, but federal actions threatens these gains

The percentage of Marylanders with health coverage has continued to grow since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Just as newly released census data showed the continued gains, Senate Republicans were reinvigorating their effort to repeal the ACA, putting the strides that the U.S.