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Tweet WE SHOULD DEVELOP PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE ENERGY RESOURCES TO GENERATE JOBS, REVENUES by Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. (Oct. 19, 2011) — Maryland’s 7.2% unemployment rate is below the national average, but still too high. Budget shortfalls next year could reach $700 million or more, the Maryland Budget and Tax Policy Institute warns. Many of our [...]
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