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Paying for Tax Cuts for the Wealthy by Blocking Immigrants from Receiving Tax Credits Will Leave Children Living in Poverty

November 21, 2017 by Ellen Hutton
The tax proposal that passed the U.S. House of Representatives would make it harder for families and students from low-income read more

Without Funding, Policy Won’t Fight Hunger

April 25, 2017 by Ellen Hutton
There was much to celebrate at the end of this year’s legislative session, including the passage of a number of read more

Maryland Made Progress in the 2017 General Assembly Session

April 12, 2017 by Kali Schumitz
Maryland’s 2017 General Assembly Session came to a close Monday night. While there were also plenty of good ideas left read more

Combining Food Assistance, Farmers Markets is a Win-Win for Families and Farmers

February 21, 2017 by Kali Schumitz
Position Statement Supporting House Bill 586 Given before the House Appropriations Committee The Maryland Market Money program matches purchases made read more

Combining Food Assistance, Farmers Markets is a Win-Win for Families and Farmers

February 16, 2017 by MDCEP
Position Statement Supporting Senate Bill 278 Given before the Senate Finance Committee The Maryland Market Money program matches purchases made read more

Prohibiting SNAP Time Limit Waivers Would Harm 30,000 of Md.’s Poorest Residents

February 14, 2017 by MDCEP
Position Statement Opposing House Bill 533 Given before the House Appropriations Committee House Bill 533 would place new time limits read more

Maryland’s Fight Against Hunger is Not Over

December 7, 2016 by Natalie Neill
In the wealthiest state in the wealthiest country in the world, no one should go hungry. Yet, too many Maryland read more

SNAP Works for Maryland Children

October 14, 2016 by Kali Schumitz
While it’s widely known that the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps thousands of Maryland families put food on the read more

Governor Should Allow Programs to Use the Money They Need

June 22, 2016 by Kali Schumitz
Marylanders may once again see schools and other services essential for broad prosperity funded at levels below what meets public read more

2016 Session Leaves Missed Opportunities to Help Working Marylanders

April 13, 2016 by Kali Schumitz
When this year’s legislative session began, there was the potential for the General Assembly to take meaningful steps to help read more
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