• 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
  • Women in Maryland Pay More in Taxes as a Share of Their Incomes
    Women in Maryland Pay More in Taxes as a Share of Their Incomes
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Governor Should Allow Programs to Use the Money They Need

Marylanders may once again see schools and other services essential for broad prosperity funded at levels below what meets public needs due to an ongoing disagreement between the governor and legislature about the budgeting process. With the start of the new budget year looming July

The Growing Gap Between the Richest and the Rest in Maryland

The gap between the ultra-rich and the rest of us has been growing steadily since the 1970s throughout the United States. In Maryland, there is evidence that the problem has been getting worse since the recession. Maryland is one of 15 states where the wealthiest

Veto of Clean Energy Jobs Act Harms a Growing Industry

CC0 Public Domain Author: chrischesneau When he vetoed the Clean Energy Jobs Act, Gov. Larry Hogan took an action that could slow the growth of Maryland job creation and delay progress on worthwhile environmental goals. The legislation, which easily passed the House and Senate, would