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Maryland’s Fight Against Hunger is Not Over

In the wealthiest state in the wealthiest country in the world, no one should go hungry. Yet, too many Maryland families still struggle to afford enough to eat. Federal- and state-funded food assistance could be at risk in the coming year and it is critical

What the Election Results Mean for Maryland

  This election cycle has been hard on everyone. But now that it is over, we must look ahead to how potential changes in federal policies will affect Maryland. The new administration and Congress have the potential to significantly alter the state’s finances, as well

Maryland Must Preserve Critical Investments When Addressing Budget Shortfall

Without major changes in the economy or state fiscal practices, Maryland policymakers will continue to face small budget shortfalls each year, the Department of Legislative Services told the General Assembly’s Spending Affordability Committee this week. Legislators have options for how to move Maryland forward. To