Tag: Change Maryland
State Elections Board Vice Chairman David McManus wants to set the record straight. The board did not find a campaign violation had occurred when it investigated a finance complaint filed against Larry Hogan Jr., the Republican nominee for governor, he said.
The state elections board voted Thursday to waive a $50 fine in the case. McManus, one of two Republicans serving on the five-member state election board, said he wanted to set the record straight after reading several media reports indicating Hogan and his grassroots organization Change Maryland had run afoul of campaign finance regulations.
Government spending in Maryland grew 30.5% over 10 years beginning in 2001, according to a nonprofit group that researches tax policies.
The Tax Foundation report ranks Maryland 19th overall in terms growth of government spending, which spans the administrations of three governors and two political parties.Read More
Just 25 days after it was introduced, the Maryland Senate enacted the first gas tax hike in 21 years, sending the governor a 10 to 12 cent per gallon increase by 2015. The bill calls for the tax to go even higher — it will rise automatically in future years.Read More
Can “Change Maryland” actually change Maryland into a state friendlier to business?
That’s what almost 400 executives explored Thursday morning at the first large event sponsored by Change MarylandRead More
Annapolis developer Larry Hogan says his month-old organization, Change Maryland, was “born out of frustration.” “A lot of people are not happy with the direction of this state. Some businesses have closed and left the state. Others have just given up,” Hogan said in an interview about his new group.Read More
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