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    2016 Session Leaves Missed Opportunities to Help Working Marylanders
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    Now Hiring: Research Analyst
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    Approved State Budget Leaves Unmet Needs
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New Environmental Protection Legislation is Good for Maryland’s Economy

Over the last few years, residents of the Curtis Bay community in Baltimore – the most polluted ZIP code in Maryland and one of the 100 most polluted in the country – have been trying to convince an energy company that a solar farm would

Baltimore One Year After the Death of Freddie Gray

Today marks one year since Freddie Gray’s death and, like many Baltimoreans, it is prompting me to reflect on the past year and where our city and our state are headed. In some ways, we have made a lot of progress over the past 12

To Support a Strong Economy, All Marylanders Must Pay Their Fair Share in Taxes

Maryland’s success today is due to our past public investment in good schools, a strong transportation system and other building blocks of a prosperous economy. As another “tax day” rolls around, it’s worth remembering that the income taxes we pay help make these investments possible.