ANNAPOLIS — As fewer Maryland residents have applied for unemployment benefits, the state’s unemployment insurance tax rate for businesses is set to go down next year, state officials said Thursday. The rate will drop to the lowest possible level allowed ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley said Monday he believes progress is being made toward reaching a consensus to hold a special session this summer to expand gambling. The governor told reporters after meeting with local officials that a House of ...
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By now, most interested spectators know that Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gambling work group is seeking an answer to whether it is wise to build a casino at National Harbor and legalize table games at every state casino. But also at ...
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Advocates for a National Harbor casino said the state wouldn’t be able to lower taxes enough for a billion-dollar facility to be built on the Potomac shore. Andrew Moody, principal of Business Research & Economic Advisors, said a $750 million ...Read More »
ROCKVILLE — A new budget in Montgomery County cuts workers’ health and retirement benefits by $33 million. The $4.37 billion budget, aimed at closing a $300 million shortfall, was unanimously approved Thursday by the Montgomery County Council. It also includes ...Read More »