Tag Archives: Judicial Compensation Commission

Plan would raise judges’ pay by 6% a year

The Judicial Compensation Commission unanimously voted to recommend that the General Assembly increase judges’ salaries by $29,006 phased in over three years and starting in fiscal 2014 — a similar recommendation to the one it made in December 2009, which ...

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Judges’ six-figure salaries too low, says commission

Agreeing with judges themselves and the Maryland State Bar Association, the Judicial Compensation Commission vowed to recommend that the General Assembly give the state’s judges a raise. At their meeting Wednesday evening, members did not have any formal proposals for ...

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Defined benefits survive in pension deal

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers agreed Monday to state pension and retiree health benefit reforms needed to start addressing huge unfunded liabilities that would pose future financial problems if left unaddressed. A panel of House of Delegates and Senate lawmakers compromised ...

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