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Maryland corporate filing fee could be raised

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter Maryland businesses have come out strongly against a proposed change in the annual corporate filing fee that would go from a flat fee structure to a progressive tax based on a company’s assets. The […]

Maryland corporate filing fee could be raised

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By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter Maryland businesses have come out strongly against a proposed change in the annual corporate filing fee that would go from a flat fee structure to a progressive tax based on a company’s assets. The […]

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80,000 more salaried workers could get overtime pay under proposed bill

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter A bill that would make 80,000 more salaried employees in Maryland eligible for overtime pay is not sitting well with business and nonprofit groups, whose

Maryland should look to local government for pension solutions

By Ken Decker Caroline County Administrator For MarylandReporter.com Potential solutions to Maryland’s looming pension crisis can be found in the one place the legislature would never think to look: Local governments. Caroline County

Hogan upset with Frosh’s power to sue the federal government

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com You can’t blame Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr., for getting irritated over the Maryland attorney general’s new authority – granted by the General Assembly – to sue

GOP legislators offer pension reforms

GOP legislators offer pensions plans. From left, Del. Kathy Szeliga, Sen. Addie Eckardt, Del. Sue Aumann, Sen. Andrew Serafini, Sen. Gail Bates, Del. Susan Krebs. By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter The

Frosh asks for $1 million to exercise new ‘Trump’ powers

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Hours after the House of Delegates gave final approval to broad new powers for Attorney General Brian Frosh to sue the federal government, he was in front

Financial aid officers oppose new requirements to help students manage loans

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter Financial aid officers across the state oppose two proposals that would require state funded colleges and universities to generate an annual “loan letter” to students

Opinion: Time is now for the End-of-Life Option Act in Maryland

By Kim Callinan Thursday afternoon, the House Health and Government Operations Committee will hear testimony on the “Richard E. Israel and Roger ‘Pip’ Moyer End-of-Life Option Act,” HB370. This legislation offers

Franchot wants more power to go after tax cheaters

By Jacob Taylor Capital News Service Legislation supported by Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and Gov. Larry Hogan would give new powers to the comptroller’s office to combat tax fraud. Testifying Tuesday before

House defuses fireworks over Frosh’s power to sue Trump

Del. Bob Flanagan makes case for his amendment restricting the powers of the attorney general. MarylandReporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com By following normal legislative procedure, the House of Delegates Tuesday defused

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