State Of Maryland Procurement Confusion Costs Taxpayers $300k

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One wonders how the State of Maryland could be facing a another $400 million deficit this year after raising almost every tax and fee, more than 40 plus tax and fee increases, over the last eight years. This story helps … Continue reading

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Maryland Unemployment Rate Higher Than National Average

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Maryland Unemployment Rate Higher Than National Average More Bad News for Maryland’s Economy Annapolis, Md. – According to numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics earlier this month, Maryland’s unemployment rate rose above the national average for the first … Continue reading

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Marijuana Haze Descends On Maryland

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May 3, 2014 – Maryland Prosecutors Struggle With Marijuana Cases – Sun The Governor today legalized the use of marijuana. As a marijuana haze descends on Maryland get ready for the consequences of this latest triumph of liberal democrat thought … Continue reading

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Sine Die 2014, Last Day Of The Maryland General Assembly

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Maryland Sine Die 2014 is here, and with only hours left in the 90 day, 2014 General Assembly Session, I would like to offer a brief wrap up of what has happened in your state legislature over the last 89 … Continue reading

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House Republican Budget A Better Plan for Maryland

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House Republican Budget Annapolis, Md. – Today, House Republicans announced their alternative budget plan in response to the O’Malley/Brown Administration’s FY2015 budget proposal that raises overall spending by more than $2 billion over last year. This represents a cumulative spending … Continue reading

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Crossover Begins The Final Three Weeks Of The General Assembly

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Today, Tuesday, March 18th, is “crossover” in the House and Senate when each house takes up the opposite chamber’s bills for consideration. Crossover begins the final three weeks of the General Assembly and for a bill to become law it … Continue reading

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O’Malley Upset Feds Are Deporting So Many Illegals

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An article in the Baltimore Sun was a real shocker. Unfortunately it was not surprising that our Governor, who took an oath of office to uphold US and Maryland laws, would be so publicly vocal in his defense of lawbreakers. … Continue reading

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Maryland Using Pension Money To Balance The Budget

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Governor O’Malley just released his 2015 budget. In it he makes many claims. One is that he has cut $9.1 Billion from the budget during his tenure despite the state budget increasing by $9.6 Billion over the same time. Also … Continue reading

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Maryland Schools Cheating Scandal

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“Maryland is #1 in education” is a claim frequently made by Maryland elected officials, yet the frequent chest bumps were called into question again when it was discovered that the state had cheated on national reading tests. The Maryland schools … Continue reading

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Another Maryland Small Business Closes, Blames Taxes

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A Maryland small business closes and the owner states that the main factor putting the business under after 83 years was the controversial Baltimore City “bottle tax” Oct 15, 2013 – Mayor Defends Bottle Tax, Suspends Grocery Program After Santoni’s … Continue reading

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