Maryland residents could see some form of tax relief as part of a tax relief proposal that could make its way to the Senate as early as next week.Read More »
State transportation officials have been called to Annapolis to brief the Senate’s two fiscal committees on a plan to roll back tolls and fees for Maryland motorists. The Senate Finance and Budget and Taxation committees sent a letter Tuesday requesting ...Read More »
The state public defender will not seek to delay the effect of a high court decision that criminal defendants have a constitutional right to counsel at initial bail hearings, a ruling that could require the state to pay $28 million annually to provide the legal assistance.Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley has directed $1.3 million in state general funds toward efforts to begin construction of a six-acre park in the massive East Baltimore Development Inc. project, according to his supplemental budget request.Read More »
Senate Bill 90 started as a proposal to cap Maryland’s excise tax on boats at $10,000 a year, an act that proponents said would encourage more owners to register their vessels in the state.Read More »
The Senate Budget and Taxation Committee heard nearly three hours of testimony on Tuesday on a transportation funding bill that is seemingly steaming toward approval by the General Assembly.
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Some members of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee hinted on Tuesday that they could make it more difficult for the General Assembly to raid the Transportation Trust Fund.Read More »