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(Marketplace) - Even before Tax Day, Philadelphia resident Roslyn Sanders is ahead of the game. She’s at her local community development corporation getting her taxes done and it’s the second time she’s come here. Sanders is back because last year, the organization helped her and her husband, Donald get a big refund by figuring out they qualified for the Earned Income Tax Credit, or EITC. She said they got a check in the mail for more than $3,000.

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(WBAL TV) - The House and Senate passed Maryland's $42 billion operating budget Tuesday. The measure now goes to the governor's desk.

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(Delaware State News) - Senate Republicans are unveiling a large-scale initiative today designed to combat poverty in a variety of stages and overhaul current efforts in the state. The agenda, called “A Brighter Future,” consists of 11 ideas Republicans believe are largely straightforward and bipartisan.

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(Delaware Online) - Senate Republicans on Wednesday are expected to unveil a list of 11 measures to battle poverty – and leaders of the minority party hope they can convince some Democrats to work with them.

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(The Atlantic) - Democrats have always thought of Paul Ryan as a friendly foil. Long before he became speaker of the House, Ryan was the face of conservative policy in Congress, and he had earned the respect of President Obama and leading Democrats on Capitol Hill for, if nothing else, putting forward serious ideas and having the political courage to stand by them.

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(News & Observer) - Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday he believes his second legislative session is going well so far, but he also says he's aware this "might be the calm before the storm."

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(R Street) - With the presidential election season in full swing, lots of candidates are making lots of promises, many of them short on details and long on rhetoric. As in a fifth-grade student council election, where proposals may include extending recess or increasing the number of days the cafeteria serves chocolate milk, there is little assurance that campaign promises are backed by solid and feasible policy.

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(Times Free Press) - Since most people got their annual tax refund this time of the year, this is usually the busiest time of the year at Slaten Discount Furniture Inc., a store on Battlefield Parkway in Fort Oglethorpe, that has a 76-year history in the Chattanooga area.

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(Minneapolis Star-Tribune) - Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled a dramatically scaled-back budget proposal Tuesday, abandoning his longtime effort to bring state-paid preschool to Minnesota as he tries to ensure the state’s fiscal stability for years to come.

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(WBAL) - The chairman of the Maryland Senate budget committee says details about tax relief proposals will be made part of legislation later this week. Sen. Edward Kasemeyer said Tuesday in an interview after the Senate's morning session that the relief will be in the range of about $50 million to $60 million over several years, starting next year to get taxpayers some relief.

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