New Judiciary filing fees rejected by Hogan, board

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Judiciary walked away with a split decision from the Board of Public Works Wednesday after the three-member panel voted to eliminate some filing fees and rejected a request to impose new ones. The fee changes requested by the courts drew the attention of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, who has made cutting fees and ...

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