The presiding officer of the House of Delegates said the General Assembly should do something about a recent Court of Appeals ruling that calls pit bulls inherently dangerous. The ruling makes owners and landlords automatically liable if a pit bull ...Read More »
It’s the other moment everyone has been waiting for. Not the conclusion of public budget talks between Gov. Martin O’Malley, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. and House of Delegates Speaker Michael E. Busch — but the start. The ...Read More »
Maybe a hot breakfast in the governor’s mansion will ease tensions enough for Gov. Martin O’Malley and the presiding officers of the General Assembly to approach consensus on state revenues. After Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. sent O’Malley ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Legislation that originally sought the review of 31 state tax breaks was substantially weakened on Thursday when the Senate gave preliminary approval to a bill that reduced by almost 75 percent the number of credits slated for review. ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller is assuring an economic development group that a sales tax increase won’t happen. Miller spoke Thursday at the winter conference of the Maryland Economic Development Association in Annapolis. Miller was responding to ...Read More »
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said Friday he doesn’t think lawmakers can round up the votes to raise the state’s gas tax during a special session this fall. Miller, the most powerful advocate of raising the fuel levy ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Friday he would be open raising the alcohol tax at a faster pace than it would be under current legislation, but only if the money is used to address a structural ...Read More »