ANNAPOLIS – The General Assembly’s auditing arm has recommended that lawmakers slash $21.2 million from the Maryland Judiciary’s $549 million budget request next fiscal year over the objections of Maryland’s top jurist. The Department of Legislative Services’ suggested cuts include ...Read More »
The University of Baltimore improperly left a database with students' social security numbers unprotected and separately lost $22,600 when a vendor overcharged the university, an audit found.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A department that assists the Maryland General Assembly is being reorganized, and a longtime executive director is retiring. The Legislature’s presiding officers announced Monday that Karl Aro, who is executive director of the Department of Legislative Services, is ...
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Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown used the occasion of Veterans Day to announce a five-point “Compact with Veterans” that would include the phase-in of a 100 percent exemption from state income taxes on military retirement income.Read More »
The Maryland State Archives has corrected record-keeping problems that state auditors said put artifacts at risk of being lost or stolen, the archives’ deputy director said Tuesday.Read More »
A Prince George’s County town is reporting it could go bankrupt, according to a review of local government audits by the state.Read More »
A joint study by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the state Department of Legislative Services found that Maryland could support a casino at National Harbor without adversely affecting business at the five casinos already approved in the state. Here’s a few other headlines ...Read More »