Fewer Maryland families going without enough to eat – The Baltimore Sun, September 8, 2017

“’There are a lot of organizations successfully trying to help people facing hunger and poverty,’ said Michael J. Wilson, director of Maryland Hunger Solutions, a nonprofit established to fight hunger and improve the nutrition, health and well-being of children and families. ‘But these are still challenging times for a lot of people. We will take the good news where we can find it, but the challenge is how can we continue to make progress.’ Wilson attributed the decline in food insecurity in part to a drop in the unemployment rate.” More…