A Strong Earned Sick Days Law Will Bring Major Benefits for Maryland Families and our Economy

November 30, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
Each time they get sick or need to care for a sick child, 750,000 working Marylanders are still forced to read more

Investing in Great Schools for All Students

September 14, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
With Effective Supports, Children Can Overcome Barriers to Academic Success Public education is part of the foundation of a thriving read more

Expanding Home Care Options in Maryland

May 24, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
Paying Independent Home Care Aides Appropriately Would Bring Real Benefits at an Affordable Price Introduction and Summary Home care aides read more

Every Child Deserves a Chance to Learn

March 6, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
Policy Decisions Made in the Coming Months Will Affect a Generation of Maryland Students Public education is part of the read more

Taking the High Road in Prince George’s County

February 13, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
The Role of Worker Representation in Economic Development Strategies The following is a summary of the report. Download the full read more

Workforce Development Training and SNAP: A Powerful Combination for Maryland’s Striving Workers

October 20, 2016 by MDCEP
Summary For the many Marylanders who are struggling to make ends meet the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is a read more

Maryland’s Budget Process Needs Reform

January 29, 2016 by Mark Scott
Maryland’s governor and legislature could do a better job of setting priorities and making important investments in the state’s economy read more

Women in Maryland Pay More in Taxes as a Share of Their Incomes

December 30, 2015 by Mark Scott
Because women in Maryland typically earn less than men, they are more likely to pay a higher percentage of their read more

Maryland’s Poor Taxed More Than Rich; Communities of Color Feel Biggest Pinch

March 24, 2015 by Mark Scott
Note: This report has been updated to correct the axis labels on some graphs, and for clarity. The state’s highest read more

Student Debt in Maryland: A Cap and Gown Shouldn’t be a Ball and Chain

September 16, 2014 by Kathleen Algire-Fedarcyk
Some estimates put the debt burden for Maryland’s college student borrowers as the highest in the nation, threatening not only read more
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