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Arts Districts Bring Challenges Along With New Investment

Our office is closed today as the country’s largest free arts festival, Artscape, opens on our doorstep. Up to 400,000 people are expected to attend the festival over the course of the weekend to experience Baltimore’s diverse arts culture, supporting many neighborhood businesses in the

Maryland Children now at Greater Risk of Poverty, Hunger

Every Maryland resident benefits from a more highly educated, healthier, and economically stable community. And when more than 170,000 Maryland children experience hunger, fewer educational opportunities, and limited health care on a daily basis, everyone faces long-term economic uncertainty. According to the Annie E. Casey

Investing in Transit Would Help Baltimore Communities

MTA bus in Baltimore. Photo by ETLamborghini via Creative Commons Public transportation helps people get to work, school, the grocery store, doctor’s office, and so much more. When it doesn’t work well, people can’t get from point A to point B. What should be simple