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Hogan proposes more than $1 billion in tax relief for retirees

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday proposed more than $1 billion in tax cuts for Maryland retirees. “Today we’re taking a major step forward in those efforts by introducing the Retirement Tax Reduction Act of 2020, which will cut […]

Hogan proposes more than $1 billion in tax relief for retirees

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@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday proposed more than $1 billion in tax cuts for Maryland retirees. “Today we’re taking a major step forward in those efforts by introducing the Retirement Tax Reduction Act of 2020, which will cut […]

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Widow of Capital Gazette editor: “No bullets touched my body, but you can’t tell me there’s not a gaping hole of loss in my chest’

@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com The widow of slain Capital Gazette editor John McNamara gave emotional testimony to a panel of Maryland lawmakers on Wednesday in support of legislation that would require background

Hogan announces $47.9 billion ‘accountability budget’ for FY 2021

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday said his newly proposed $47.9 billion budget for FY 2021 shows fiscal responsibility without raising taxes and urged state lawmakers to curb spending in

Ethics discussion dominates first meeting of state prescription drug board

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com The first official meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board kicked off Monday with its members being given an extensive presentation about the financial disclosure requirements they must make as

Medical cannabis brought more than $10.3 million in taxes to Md. in FY 2019

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Medical marijuana produced more than $10 million in tax revenue for Maryland in FY 2019 – exceeding the amount of money the industry brought to state coffers during the

Mike Miller returns to lead the charge against crime in Baltimore City

Sen. Mike Miller, D-Calvert, gives a floor speech Thursday in Annapolis about the need to combat violent crime in Baltimore City. (MarylandReporter.com photo by Bryan Renbaum) @BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com ANNAPOLIS — On his

Maryland Legislative Session

Post-Miller legislative session kicks off with expectations running high

Sen. Bill Ferguson, D-Baltimore City, was sworn in as Maryland Senate president on Wednesday. (MarylandReporter.com photo by Bryan Renbaum) @BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com ANNAPOLIS — Commencement of the 441st legislative session of the Maryland

Hogan: Crime and political corruption are top priorities for new session

Gov. Larry Hogan' tells the media about his priorities for Maryland's 141st General Assembly, on Tuesday at the State House in Annapolis. Joining him are Chief Legislative Officer Keiffer

Maryland officials and health care advocates hope to make prescription drugs more affordable

Retired police officer Larry Zarzecki talks about the thousands of dollars in drugs on the table he must take each month to control his Parkinson's disease. Listening, from left,

Sen. Guy Guzzone is the new chairman of the Senate Budget and Tax Committee. MarylandReporter.com by Glynis Kazanjian with Creative Commons License.

New Senate budget chair Guzzone forecasts a phase-in for school reforms, spending

Sen. Guy Guzzone is the new chairman of the Senate Budget and Tax Committee. MarylandReporter.com by Glynis Kazanjian with Creative Commons License. The following column appears in the January issue

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