Tag: Jolene Ivey
State Roundup: Moore names six to cabinet posts; former U.S. attorney appointed special counsel in Biden classified documents investigation
by Meg Tully | January 13, 2023 | State Roundup | 0 |
The U.S. Department of Justice has tapped Robert Hur, the former Trump-appointed U.S. attorney in Maryland, to lead an investigation into President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents. The appointment came after Biden disclosed more classified documents had been located in his garage.Read More
State elections board revises fundraising guidelines in governor’s race
by Len Lazarick | January 30, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 2 |
New fundraising guidelines affecting Maryland’s gubernatorial primary election appear to make it almost impossible for Howard County Executive Ken Ulman, the running mate of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, to raise money during the legislative session.
The new guidelines appear to show that Elections Administrator Linda Lamone is taking a step back from a highly controversial ruling she made in December, which triggered a lawsuit and was made without the knowledge or consent of her board.Read More
Bill would amend constitution to force out convicted officials
by Len Lazarick | January 19, 2012 | Annapolitics Blog, General Assembly, News | 3 |
A state constitutional amendment that would force convicted public officials to leave office as soon as they are found guilty is gaining steam in the House of Delegates.Read More
Progressive, nonprofits push for permanent “millionaires’ tax”
by Len Lazarick | March 11, 2011 | News | 1 |
Several tax watchdogs and policy analysts concerned about the state of Maryland’s economy and buoyed by a new report urged delegates to revisit a just-expired method of raising more money — extending the tax surcharge on millionaires.
Enacted in 2008, the “millionaires’ tax” taxes all net income above $1 million at a rate of 6.25%. The base tax rate for everything less than $1 million is 5.5%. The surcharge passed in 2008 to replace the sales tax on computer services was to last only three years, expiring at the end of 2010.Read More
Support Our Work!
We depend on your support. A generous gift in any amount helps us continue to bring you this service.