Friday, April 9, 2010

Census 2010: We can't move forward till you send it back

No cities in Maryland make the top 50 of census returns.

That means when it's time to decide how many representatives on Congress, how much federal money for metro, how many pothole fills, how many school lunches, Maryland may not get its fair share.

Currently, Virginia and Pennsylvania have slightly better return rates. C'mon Maryland! Return your census!

Ever wanted a quick explanation of how health reform will benefit Maryland to share with friends and family?

Last year, more than 700,000 Marylanders lost their homes to foreclosure when health bills bankrupted them. Insurance companies did that to Marylanders.

See what health reform does for Marylanders here.