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From The Blog

With Affordable Care Act Comes Big Jump In Marylanders With Health Insurance

The share of Marylanders with health insurance grew at nearly twice the national rate over the past year, showing the effectiveness of the Affordable Care Act  in promoting better health and a stronger economy. From 2013 to 2014, the number of  Marylanders without health coverage

High Cost of Higher Education

The increasing cost of higher education forces many Marylanders to borrow large sums to finance their education, creating a drag on Maryland’s economy and workforce. The high cost of college does not reflect the values of Maryland and the policies that helped make the state

Productivity and Real Hourly Compensation

For much of the 20th century, workers increased their productivity and were compensated accordingly, but today’s workers aren’t so lucky. Despite being more productive than ever, employers aren’t sharing the profits with workers, jeopardizing America’s middle class and increasing inequality. From the end of World