Gov. Moore's $63 billion budget plan; Advocates aim to expand health care coverage in Maryland
In his budget plan for next year, Gov. Wes Moore pledges to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour and broaden tax credits for parents and working families. Danielle Gaines, editor-in-chief of Maryland Matters, gives us the highlights.
Recent coverage by Maryland Matters:
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Plus, president of the Health Care for All! Coalition, lays out how the group will be pushing this session for more insurance coverage for young people and immigrants. Find the coalition's Facebook page here.
Read DeMarco's Baltimore Sun op-eds:
A five-part health agenda for Maryland’s legislature
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