Marylanders say they are feeling the pinch of infl...
By Capital News Service | November 19, 2021 | News | 0 |
New Senate budget chair Guzzone forecasts a phase-...
By Len Lazarick | January 4, 2020 | General Assembly, News | 0 |
Keeping the doors open for behavioral health will ...
By Maryland Reporter | February 22, 2016 | Commentary, General Assembly, Governor | 2 |
Don’t misinterpret Mercatus low ranking of Marylan...
By Maryland Reporter | August 18, 2015 | Commentary, Governor | 0 |
Moore budget release begins new governor’s focus on equity
by Capital News Service | January 20, 2023 | Governor | 0 |
Gov. Wes Moore highlighted significant investments in education, transportation, economic development, public safety and health in releasing his administration’s first budget on Friday.Read More
Marylanders say they are feeling the pinch of inflation
by Capital News Service | November 19, 2021 | News | 0 |
By BRITTANY N. GADDY Capital News Service WASHINGTON — Some Marylanders say they are changing...Read More
New Senate budget chair Guzzone forecasts a phase-in for school reforms, spending
by Len Lazarick | January 4, 2020 | General Assembly, News | 0 |
The new chairman of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee, Howard County’s Guy Guzzone, sees a way forward by phasing in the recommendations without tax hikes – at least for the moment. “If you’re going to spend all this money, you want to see results,” Guzzone said in an interview. “What I believe by now at this point is that we have the resources right now to get this going. We have the resources to see improvements along the way.” “And we’re going to keep checking. And every time we check and realize that we’re succeeding and we’re reaching the next level of success, we can say, OK, let’s figure out how to fund that next level. I think that’s the right way to think about it.”Read More
Keeping the doors open for behavioral health will help the vulnerable
by Maryland Reporter | February 22, 2016 | Commentary, General Assembly, Governor | 2 |
Years of stagnant or reduced behavioral health budgets have jeopardized critical access to mental health and substance use disorder treatment. Without action, we fear that community health providers may close up shop, and Marylanders who urgently need behavioral health care will instead find closed doors or dead ends. Commentary by Sen. Guy Guzzone and Del. Antonio Hayes.Read More
Don’t misinterpret Mercatus low ranking of Maryland’s fiscal health
by Maryland Reporter | August 18, 2015 | Commentary, Governor | 0 |
In a piece published last week by MarylandReporter.com, Randolph May of the Free State Foundation touted a recent Mercatus Center study that ranked Maryland only 37th best among the 50 states for its fiscal health. It’s important to understand whether this ranking makes sense, particularly when it is so low compared to the state’s AAA bond rating. Maryland is one of 10 states that now have that highest rating from all three major bond rating agencies.Read More
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