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MVA adds hours, appointments and staff to handle REAL ID volume

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has added hours, staff and appointments at its offices to cope with the increased volume of drivers who must present four or more different documents to obtain a Real ID drivers […]

MVA adds hours, appointments and staff to handle REAL ID volume

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has added hours, staff and appointments at its offices to cope with the increased volume of drivers who must present four or more different documents to obtain a Real ID drivers […]

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The truth about raising Maryland’s minimum wage

By Larry Stafford Executive Director, Progressive Maryland A recent Gonzales poll shows that 60% of Maryland voters support a $15 minimum wage, which tracks with a Goucher poll from last month,

Gonzales Poll: Hogan still highly popular, so is $15 minimum wage

Here is the analysis by pollster Patrick Gonzales of the public opinion survey his firm, Gonzales Research and Media Services, conducted last week. Here are the full results of the

Airbnb guests would pay sales tax

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter When Linda Smith gets bookings for her Baltimore City bed and breakfast through Airbnb, she tells guests they’ll have to pay 15.5% in taxes upon

Out-of-state drivers owe Maryland $102 million in tolls and state wants to collect

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Out-of-state drivers have racked up $102 million in unpaid video tolls and fines in Maryland, and lawmakers pushing a bill through the General Assembly want

Bill Clinton celebrates Maryland Senate President Mike Miller

From left, corner, U.S. House Majority Leaders Steny Hoyer pointing, Maryland Senate President Mike Miller, former President Bill Clinton, and Gov. Larry Hogan. MarylandReporter.com photo by Len Lazarick By Len

Maryland House narrowly passes suicide option for terminally ill

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Shuffling papers. Murmured conversations. The tap-tap-tap of people using laptops. There’s a certain amount of ambient sound on the floor of the Maryland House of Delegates

Maryland Senate committee considers tax bills to benefit businesses

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter A temporary corporate tax break to some major Maryland companies has the support of a Senate committee chairwoman and members of her committee. That proposal is

Maryland House rejects Republican amendments to $15 minimum wage

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter By a show of hands, the South River High School girls lacrosse team was all for raising the state minimum wage to $15 an hour.

$15 minimum wage will have big impact on small businesses and employees

By Mike O’Halloran State Director, National Federal of Independent Business If Maryland raises its minimum wage to a $15 an hour, a woman-owned company providing traffic control services in Glen Burnie

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