The House of Delegates' Environmental Matters Committee voted on a bill on Friday limiting the time a bank can seek a deficiency judgment, but not as much as advocates would like.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Delegate Maggie McIntosh says she is willing to forgo changes to a bill that regulates where residential septic systems can be installed to ensure the legislation survives the General Assembly. McIntosh, a Baltimore Democrat, said Wednesday that ...Read More »
Tax increment financing in the district surrounding Harbor Point could change just as Exelon Corp. prepares to build its Baltimore headquarters there. McCormick & Co. Inc. also announced this week they will be opening a retail store at the Light ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Del. Tom Hucker is planning to present his bill to ban arsenic compounds from poultry feed to the House Environmental Matters Committee. Hucker, a Democrat from Montgomery County, along with former Gov. Harry Hughes, Attorney General Doug Gansler, ...Read More »
Legislation to expand the use of tax increment financing in certain growth areas of the state is expected to be introduced in the General Assembly next week, according to Jon Laria, chair of the Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission. During a ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers want to enable police to pull someone over if they are talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. The House Environmental Matters Committee is holding a hearing on Tuesday that would make it a primary ...Read More »
The architects of Maryland’s new foreclosure mediation law are pleased with how it has worked in the last eight months. Now, if only more homeowners would participate. “The problem with mediation isn’t mediation, it’s homeowners opting into mediation and homeowners ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A bill to ban smoking in a car with a child, which has been stopped in committee four years running, may finally make it to the floor of the House of Delegates this year. The bill has more ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A measure banning septic systems for new, major subdivisions in Maryland should be delayed for further study, because lawmakers from both parties are worried about its economic impact, a key lawmaker recommended to Gov. Martin O’Malley. Del. Maggie ...Read More »