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Political Power Struggles Hurt Baltimore Communities

April 20, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
Freddie Gray died two years ago yesterday while in police custody. As anger, unrest, and litigation made Baltimore a fixture read more

Cleaning Up the Tax Code Would Protect Needed Investments and Strengthen Maryland’s Economy

March 10, 2017 by Christopher Meyer
As one disappointing revenue estimate after another came in last fall, it became increasingly clear that this would be a read more

Proposed Budget Moves Maryland Backwards by Cutting Key Investments in Health, Education, Housing

January 24, 2017 by MDCEP
As a whole, the governor’s proposed budget for fiscal 2018 fails to make the investments we need to continue to read more

What the Election Results Mean for Maryland

November 22, 2016 by Benjamin Orr
  This election cycle has been hard on everyone. But now that it is over, we must look ahead to read more

Approved State Budget Leaves Unmet Needs

April 1, 2016 by MDCEP
Maryland’s new state spending plan does not do all it could to meet the needs of families still struggling to read more

A Giveaway to the Wealthiest is not “Tax Relief for Everyone”

March 17, 2016 by Benjamin Orr
Some Maryland senators are advocating for tax giveaways to the wealthy and calling it “tax relief for everyone.” As appealing read more

State Budget Should Plan for People Returning to Medicaid

March 16, 2016 by Kristina Li
Decision makers in Annapolis appear willing to gamble on passing a budget that likely won’t meet the state’s needs. It read more

Not All Tax Cuts Are Created Equal

March 15, 2016 by Benjamin Orr
Photo by K Whiteford As leaders in Annapolis grapple with how best to support Maryland’s continued economic progress, both the read more

Accelerating Millionaire Estate Tax Exemption Could Harm State Services

March 2, 2016 by MDCEP
Position Statement Opposing Senate Bill 847 Given before the Senate Budget and Tax Committee The estate tax helps make sure read more

The 2016 Legislative Session Begins

January 13, 2016 by Mark Scott
Decisions made during the 2016 legislative session, which begins today, will affect the prosperity of average Marylanders for years to read more
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