There are estimates that 20-30 percent of us wait till the last minute to file our taxes.
The man who writes the checks has signed onto a bill that would put a police officer in every Maryland public school.
Two state senators are questioning travel expenses incurred by Comptroller Peter Franchot to distribute four kinds of awards. But Franchot says he believes the motivation for their inquiries is political rather than fiscal stewardship.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot says he will seek re-election as comptroller instead of running for governor in 2014.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is urging voters to reject the state’s congressional map, which will be on the ballot in November.
The Baltimore comptroller is suing the administration of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to block its office of information technology from installing a new phone system.
Millions of tax dollars are going up in smoke. The Maryland comptroller’s office is cracking down on cigarette smuggling.
The city solicitor says spending on telephone and network equipment and services was not unusual and didn’t violate law.
The mayor’s office says a contract for phone and network equipment was competitively bid.
Baltimore’s inspector general says he will look into allegations the mayor’s office illegally purchased video phones, the latest clash between the mayor and the city’s comptroller.
Governor Martin O’Malley is expected to sign the state’s new income tax hike into law next week. He called the General Assembly into special session this week to raise taxes to avoid cuts in 2013 budget. State comptroller Peter Franchot was among those objecting to the tax hike.
Debate over a state income tax increase expands beyond the statehouse. Maryland’s legislative leaders are still laying the groundwork for a special session to settle budget issues that failed to be resolved before the end of the regular legislative session.