A state bill proposing to set a $10,000 maximum tax on boat sales sparked a tense debate due to its potential implications on Maryland’s struggling maritime economy and the Waterway Improvement Fund.Read More
Month: February 2013
National education reform advocates support a Maryland bill that would mandate reform for failing schools whenever a majority of parents petition for intervention, but the state superintendent and the state teachers union oppose the idea.Read More
More ponder affects of sequester, concerned about education, senior citizen health and businesses; petition to overthrow death penalty repeal unlikely; Senate makes minor changes as it begins to hash out gun legislation provisions; bill to make petition signers confidential is killed; and PSC tells utilities to upgrade distribution system in preparation for bad weather.Read More
Two bills to beef up requirements of the Open Meetings Act got preliminary approval in the House of Delegates Wednesday, but one had been watered down in the Health and Government Operations Committee.Read More
Armed with statistics and touching personal stories, dozens of witnesses stepped forward Wednesday to endorse and oppose the Maryland Earned Sick and Safe Leave Act, which would mandate all Maryland employers give full-time employees up to seven days of paid sick leave.Read More
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