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Ground Up Podcast: Talking ‘bipartisan bro show,’ $15 minimum wage and tax cuts in Annapolis

Bryan P. Sears, The Daily Record’s government reporter, updates us on the Maryland General Assembly’s 2019 session. We talk about Comptroller Peter Franchot fighting with Democratic lawmakers in Annapolis, the cost of school funding, tax cuts and a lot more. ...

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Md.’s big banks offer employee bonuses amid tax cuts (access required)

In the wake of last year’s sweeping tax legislation, multiple large banks operating in Maryland have made commitments to increase salaries or pay out bonuses to employees. Five of Maryland’s largest banks accounting for more than half of the market ...

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Republican tax plan targets popular Maryland deductions (access required)

Marylanders could find it more difficult to save money through popular tax deductions and credits under the tax cut bill unveiled Thursday by the Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives. The elimination of the deduction for state taxes and property ...

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Kevin Q. Williams: Plan now for Dec. 31 expiration of tax cuts (access required)

Many small business owners feel as though they are starring in the latest Jason Bourne movie thriller, where the business owner is targeted by the relentless government, deploying assets from any street corner with the intent of snuffing out their intended target.

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