Md. business leaders generally satisfied with what passed — and what didn’t

Business groups in Maryland feel pretty good about the General Assembly’s just-finished 2018 session. The biggest reason for their relatively rosy view is the defeat of a proposal to raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour. Overcoming the proposal was a top priority of businesses already worried about mandated paid sick leave hurting their enterprises. “I ...

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