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The Maryland Public Policy Institute is a nonpartisan public policy research and education organization that focuses on policy issues and .
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The MPPI May 17
The average residential customer will pay $11 less per month starting June 1 thanks to low electric commodity prices and federal .
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The MPPI May 16
"The $480 million annual savings is enough to give every MD public school teacher an $8,000 yearly raise,” shares the Institute's Carol Park on potential savings if Maryland reforms their state pension system.
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Andy Smarick May 15
America likes its communities.
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The MPPI May 14
Until stops depending on toll penalties as a source of transportation revenue, Maryland’s tolls will remain a form of .
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The MPPI May 14
earning six-figure salaries can attract and retain the best talent. But the highest salaries should be tied to improved student outcomes.
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The MPPI May 11
Each train will have one 143-foot “light-rail vehicle” that will have about 80 seats and, with standing room, will carry as many as 431 people. Trains will run mostly above ground via an overhead electric line.
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J Scott Moody May 11
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The MPPI May 11
Thank you for your service! 🇺🇸
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Governor Larry Hogan May 10
The First Lady and I are shocked and grieved by the sudden passing of Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. Our prayers go out to his family and many loved ones this morning.
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The MPPI May 10
"Unfortunately, students may also pay a price. There is great uncertainty about what happens next." via
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The MPPI May 9
The school board voted Tuesday night to resubmit Verletta White as its choice to be the next superintendent, along with documents the board majority hopes will change the outcome.
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The MPPI May 8
Insurers are proposing double-digit premium increases in Maryland's individual-health-plan market, a consequence of what the state's health insurance commissioner called a "death spiral."
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The MPPI May 7
"If you are aren’t doing better than 15% or so, which is what the S&P did, then you are not generating great returns. They can pat themselves on the back if they want, but I don’t see it."
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The MPPI May 4
Despite ranking near the top of various lists for having an educated workforce, wealth and investments into research and development, Maryland continues to face a stigma that it is a business-unfriendly state. Read more from :
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The MPPI May 3
The main reason cited for declining to approve Verletta White as Baltimore County schools chief was the ethics panel discovery that White violated rules by failing to disclose a part-time job.
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The MPPI May 2
Maryland has ordered to reduce nutrient pollution passing through the on its way down the Susquehanna River or pay up to $172 million a year for someone else to do it.
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The MPPI May 2
"Compared to its peer group states, Maryland lost out on an estimated $5 billion in income, an amount sufficient to replace every public school in Baltimore City with a brand-new facility." Read more in :
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The MPPI May 1
What is the cost of a good teacher? A six-figure salary? Performance and results? The Institute's Jennifer Butler weighs in on Baltimore City teacher salaries:
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The MPPI May 1
Maryland state pension managers lost out on nearly $9 billion in income over the past decade by paying higher-than-average investment fees to . Read more from our new report on :
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The MPPI Apr 30
"The fact is that early childhood ed pays for itself. Every year, there is more and more research-based evidence demonstrating the importance of early childhood education for its economic, social, emotional, and intellectual benefits."
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