Some Marylanders seeking to buy new health insurance on the state exchange for next year can expect to pay higher premiums for those plans than the current rates for similar plans. However, premiums will be lower than what insurance companies had proposed, some by as much as 33 percent.Read More »
The General Assembly has approved a slightly modified version of the $37 billion budget proposed by Gov. Martin O’Malley, an accord that almost closes what was once a $2 billion structural deficit.Read More »
Last year’s top beneficiary of biotechnology investment tax credits — a Rockville company in danger of aging out of the subsidy program — would be among those spared by legislation close to being approved by the General Assembly.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland House of Delegates has approved more than tripling a tax credit for film production to $25 million for the next fiscal year. The House voted 108-31 on Tuesday for the measure, sending it to Gov. Martin ...Read More »
When Del. Herbert H. McMillan began drafting legislation to end a long-standing tax credit on the purchase of coal, the Anne Arundel County Republican was met by a troubling impediment.Read More »
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said Wednesday morning that Gov. Martin O'Malley's operating budget proposal will be reflective of a still-recovering economy and will not include any tax or fee increases.Read More »
After three sessions of the General Assembly that spanned almost 100 days in 2012, the last of the 797 bills approved by state legislators and made law by Gov. Martin O'Malley this year will go into effect as the fireworks start in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
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Fall of 2010, when we first announced Baltimore as one of five sites selected to remake America's great urban places and reconnect residents to economic opportunity, I declared that there was no more important work that we could undertake.
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