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Tag Archives: public-private partnerships

Panel OKs budget with cuts, tax hike

ANNAPOLIS — A panel of Maryland lawmakers reached agreement Monday night on a package of budget measures that include an income tax increase on residents who make more than $100,000, as the General Assembly neared adjournment in an unusually chaotic ...

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Senate passes its version of public-private partnerships bill

ANNAPOLIS — With time ticking away on the final day of General Assembly, the Senate on Monday passed its version of an administration-backed bill that creates rules for public-private partnerships, setting up action by the House of Delegates, which passed ...

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Public-private partnership bill passes Md. Senate

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate has passed a measure designed to help foster public-private partnerships on big projects like roads and public buildings. The Senate voted 26-20 for the measure on Monday. The Senate bill is the same proposal Gov. ...

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General Assembly faces a busy final day

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers will enter the final day of the 2012 session faced with a long list of unresolved important issues. Faced with mandatory adjournment at midnight, the long-time presiding officers of both chambers warned their members to be ready ...

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Partnership bill wins tentative Senate OK without amendments

ANNAPOLIS — The state Senate gave preliminary approval to a public-private partnerships bill Saturday afternoon that does not include two controversial amendments made to an identical House of Delegates bill. SB 358 could receive final approval when the Senate reconvenes ...

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Public-private partnership bill advances in House of Delegates

ANNAPOLIS — Legislation providing rules to govern public-private partnership awards was given preliminary approval in the House of Delegates Saturday, following a heated debate punctuated by the House Speaker lecturing an Eastern Shore Republican for “disparaging” House members. The administration ...

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