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Cut in estate tax sent to governor, who will likely sign it

In an effort to ensure Maryland’s millionaires don’t flee the state for cheaper pastures, the General Assembly approved Thursday a cut to the state’s estate tax.

After spirited debate and a 36-10 vote from the Senate, the bill was sent to Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is likely to sign the bill.

Cut in estate tax sent to governor, who will likely sign it

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In an effort to ensure Maryland’s millionaires don’t flee the state for cheaper pastures, the General Assembly approved Thursday a cut to the state’s estate tax.

After spirited debate and a 36-10 vote from the Senate, the bill was sent to Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is likely to sign the bill.

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Miller ‘reluctantly’ supports estate tax cut he’s sponsoring

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf Jeremy@MarylandReporter.com Senate President Mike Miller Though he’s listed as chief sponsor of a bill that would cut Maryland’s estate tax, Senate President Mike Miller said Wednesday he only “reluctantly”

Kittleman accuses Miller of abusing his power

Sen. Allan Kittleman Sen. Allan Kittleman called it a show of “the arrogance of power” when Senate President Mike Miller ruled he was in violation of  the “single subject” rule

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House votes to cut taxes on the wealthiest dead

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Assembly leaders back cutting estate taxes, but opponents knock break for wealthy

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com (Photo by tlindenbaum on Flickr Creative Commons) General Assembly leaders say they are fearful wealthy Maryland residents are moving out of state because of Maryland’s high estate tax

Rascovar column: Do-gooders know best about wages

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com (Photo by brizzle born and bred on Flickr) Raising the minimum wage is all the rage among liberal Democrats and liberal advocacy groups. Listening to them it’s

Senior citizens in charge at the State House

Senate President Protem Nathaniel McFadden, left, swears in Senate President Mike Miller on Wednesday. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. took the oath of office as president of the

Senior citizens in charge at the State House

Senate President Protem Nathaniel McFadden, left, swears in Senate President Mike Miller on Wednesday. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. took the oath of office as president of the

Senate President Miller wants bills introduced and worked on earlier

By Meg Tully meg@marylandreporter.com Senate President Mike Miller Senate President Mike Miller is making changes to chamber rules that he hopes will result in a busier workload during the early weeks of

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