From Brooke Lierman <[email protected]>
Subject Have you read the State of the Economy Report yet?
Date January 19, 2024 5:30 PM
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Happy Friday! Earlier this month, the Comptroller’s Office published our first-ever State of the Economy Report. This report contains fascinating data and anecdotes about the challenges we face to create a strong & resilient economy.

READ THE FULL REPORT ([link removed])

I stopped by WBAL-TV to discuss the report! You can watch the full segment here!

WATCH THE WBAL-TV SEGMENT ([link removed])

The Washington Post, Herald-Mail Media, and The Baltimore Banner also published articles about the report, which you can click below to read.

"Maryland’s economic woes predate pandemic, report finds" - The Washington Post ([link removed])

"'First ever' Maryland State of the Economy report shows population shifts" - Herald-Mail Media ([link removed])

"Maryland’s stagnant economy needs more workers" - The Baltimore Banner ([link removed])

When I became Comptroller, I promised to be more transparent about our work, and one of our core priorities is to share the resources and expertise of our office with Marylanders. This report exemplifies that effort. I look forward to sharing more about our work with you throughout the year!

Stay safe and enjoy the snow!

My best,


(She, Her, Hers)

Authorized by Brooke Lierman for Maryland; Chairman, Alvin Lee; Treasurer, Candace Dodson-Reed.
Brooke Lierman for Maryland
PO Box 891
Baltimore, MD 21203
United States

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