Gas prices in Maryland are going up. Late Friday afternoon the governor’s gas tax bill sailed through the Senate by a vote of 27 to 20.
Maryland’s first gas tax increase in two decades cleared a Senate committee on Thursday, paving the way for people to pay nearly 4 cents more per gallon in July and for additional increases in coming years.
The Maryland House of Delegates advanced a transportation funding measure on Wednesday night that supporters say is badly needed, but opponents contend will be a terrible burden on Maryland drivers.
Motorists in the Washington metro area are paying two cents less at the pump when compared to a week ago.
Governor Martin O’Malley is pushing a controversial proposal for a new tax on gas that could go as high as 16 cents a gallon in the next three years. But what does it really mean for you?
Baltimore-area drivers are shelling out big bucks because of bad roads.
This year, you may end up paying more for gas than you’d thought.
It turns out, the cost of fuel may not have a huge impact on the types of cars bought.
Hold on to your wallets. Gas prices make the biggest February jump in decades.
The Maryland Senate and the House of Delegates have approved measures allowing natural gas companies to seek a surcharge of up to $2 on monthly gas bills to help recover costs for replacing aging infrastructure.
The Maryland Senate is considering allowing natural gas companies to ask state regulators to impose a $2 surcharge on monthly bills to help recover costs for replacing aging infrastructure.
Maryland’s two U.S. Senators are among those signing a letter to the president opposing seismic testing for oil and gas deposits off the Atlantic coast.