Maryland would impose more than $70 million in fee increases for things like car titles and filing land records, and state employees would have to pay 2 percent more of their salaries to help preserve the state’s defined benefit pension plan under budget legislation passed Tuesday night by the state Senate.
The end of an era is coming to Maryland. Soon, the delivery of the White Pages telephone directories will stop.
Backers of wind energy are turning to global warming to heat up support for a bill currently before the state legislature.
On top of the near-record rise in gasoline prices, the House and Senate in Maryland are considering an additional tax of a dime per gallon. Those against the move let their feelings be known.
The Constitution says they can do it, but there’s a new battle to stop a Kansas church from protesting military funerals.
Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley will testify in support of legislation that would reduce Maryland’s estate tax for family farms.