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Reprieve coming for Maryland towns overpaid by comptroller

By Daniel Menefee For MarylandReporter.com Maryland jurisdictions that received $21 million in overpayments of income tax receipts between 2010 and 2014 will not have to pay it back under a bill headed towards passage in the Maryland General Assembly. The […]

Reprieve coming for Maryland towns overpaid by comptroller

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By Daniel Menefee For MarylandReporter.com Maryland jurisdictions that received $21 million in overpayments of income tax receipts between 2010 and 2014 will not have to pay it back under a bill headed towards passage in the Maryland General Assembly. The […]

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Democrats blast Hogan’s silence on Bay cleanup cuts; administration fires back

Senate President Mike Miller and Democratic leaders blast Hogan for not protesting Trump cut to Chesapeake Bay cleanup. By Dan Menefee For MarylandReporter.com Democrats in Annapolis Thursday railed against Republican Gov. Larry

Opioid epidemic requires treatment for addicts

By Bishop Douglas Miles For MarylandReporter.com The opioids addiction epidemic sweeping this country is staggering. It’s a travesty, and it doesn’t discriminate. It affects us all. The number of opioid deaths

Maryland commission would monitor health care coverage as Congress replaces ACA

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter The Maryland Senate on Friday adopted the Maryland Health Insurance Coverage Protection Act to monitor congressional plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act

Maryland Senate approves extra funding for Public TV if Trump cuts aid

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter Starting next year live C-Span style deliberations of the Maryland House and Senate could be televised and live streamed during the last two weeks of

Maryland paid sick leave bill ‘dead on arrival’

Gov. Larry Hogan tells reporters he will veto "terrible" sick leave bills, flanked by Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, left, and Chief Legislative Officer Christopher Shank. From Governor's Office video By

Maryland considering becoming a ‘sanctuary state’ to flout Trump travel ban

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Many communities in Maryland are openly flouting federal laws regarding immigration by establishing themselves as “sanctuary cities,” and, by doing so; they are creating a troublesome

GOP delegates fight in-state tuition rates for non-resident volunteers

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter A bill that would give in-state tuition rates to AmeriCorp volunteers who’ve served all their hours in Maryland passed the House of Delegates, 86-50, on

Maryland Roundup: News from Annapolis

STATE SCHOOL BOARD NOMINEE WITHDRAWS: One of Gov. Larry Hogan’s nominees to the State Board of Education withdrew from consideration Tuesday after a rocky Senate committee hearing, Michael Dresser

Extra pension fund payment from state surplus would continue under bill approved by House

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter A bill to pre-fund future pension and health insurance liabilities for state workers passed overwhelmingly in the House of Delegates last week in a 130-5

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