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MACED works to make a meaningful difference to people and places in Kentucky, particularly eastern Kentucky, and the Central Appalachian region.

 

MACED Headlines

MACED releases its fifth strategy brief this week on ideas to support Appalachian Transition. The brief is titled, Transition Strategy: Ensure Meaningful Investment.

Read op-ed Time to be Ambitious and Concrete about a New Eastern Kentucky Economy by Justin Maxson that ran in the September 10, 2014 Hazard Herald.

Kentucky workers still struggle with a scarcity of jobs and face continued declines in real wages, as outlined in KCEP's new report The State of Working Kentucky 2014.

A new report by Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, A Profile of New Americans in Kentucky, gives a more in-depth understanding to the contributions and challenges immigrants face in the Commonwealth.

MACED seeks to hire a senior research and policy associate to play a lead role in designing and implementing MACED's research, policy and communications strategies. Click to learn more.

Read MACED President Justin Maxson’s statement on announcement of new carbon emissions standards.

In Memory of Greg Dees.

 

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