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Maryland bankruptcies continue to climb during pandemic

Image by Queven from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum More than 7,200 of Maryland’s businesses have filed for bankruptcy this year, according to the latest data from the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), which covers the months of January through July. Of those businesses 73% (5,274) filed […]

Maryland bankruptcies continue to climb during pandemic

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Image by Queven from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum More than 7,200 of Maryland’s businesses have filed for bankruptcy this year, according to the latest data from the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), which covers the months of January through July. Of those businesses 73% (5,274) filed […]

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Hogan applauds bipartisan cooperation among the nation’s governors in the fight against COVID-19

Gov. Larry Hogan spoke at a virtual meeting of the National Governors Association on Wednesday. It was his last time addressing the group as its chair (NGA Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry

Franchot says stimulus funds are ‘very critical’ for Maryland to have a balanced budget

@BryanRenbaum Comptroller Peter Franchot said the funds in the $1 trillion coronavirus stimulus package that Congress is considering are “very critical” for Maryland’s state and local governments. They are “very critical as far

Franchot urges Marylanders to take advantage of tax-free shopping week

@BryanRenbaum Comptroller Peter Franchot urged Maryland’s shoppers to take advantage of the state’s seven-day sales tax holiday on qualifying items in order to help small businesses that have suffered due to the

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Sen. McCray: If Congress does not pass the stimulus Maryland could be forced to make budget cuts

The State House in Annapolis (MarylandReporter.com file photo) @BryanRenbaum If Congress cannot come to an agreement on the $1 trillion coronavirus stimulus package they considering than Maryland lawmakers may be forced

Hogan: Expanded mask-wearing mandate will go into effect Friday at 5 p.m.

Image (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said on Wednesday that the order he gave in April requiring Marylanders to wear masks or face coverings when visiting retail establishments or riding public

Will reducing enhanced unemployment benefits help Maryland’s economy?

Image by Bruce Emmerling from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum A proposal by Republicans on Capitol Hill to reduce enhanced unemployment benefits in the $1 trillion coronavirus aid package has reignited the debate on whether the GOP’s

Maryland Senate workgroup releases report with recommendations to prevent housing crisis

@BryanRenbaum A Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee workgroup released a report on Monday that includes a dozen recommendations that Maryland’s executive and judicial branches can implement to help prevent a housing

Salmon: School systems will be given flexibility in deciding how to reopen

@BryanRenbaum Maryland State Superintendent of Schools Karen Salmon said on Wednesday that local jurisdictions will be given flexibility in deciding how they wish to proceed for the upcoming school year. “In

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