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Md. Budget Advances In House Of Delegates

Maryland’s budget is coming before the House of Delegates.


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House Committee Approves More Cuts, Fee Increases

The Maryland House Appropriations Committee approved an array of budget cuts and fee increases Friday night to restore much of the education money that was targeted under Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget proposal.


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Md. House Panel Will Examine Pension Proposals

A group of House lawmakers are looking over proposals to reform Maryland’s pension system.



Thousands Rally While Governor Considers Cuts To Keep State Moving

Maryland’s top leaders are crunching the numbers to keep the state moving. Budget talks in Annapolis are heating up again. Thousands of protesters rallied against planned cuts to state worker benefits in Annapolis Monday.


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Md. House Committee Holds Hearing On Pensions

A proposal to increase Maryland state employees’ pension contribution rate from 5 percent to 7 percent is getting a hearing before a House of Delegates committee.


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Analysts: Md. Retiree Benefit Freeze Illegal

Members of a state employees benefits commission will begin voting on how to resolve large unfunded liabilities in Maryland’s pension and health benefit system for state workers.


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Former NFL Player Sues League Over Pension Dispute

An NFL player wants the league’s disability plan to pay up after he says a severe helmet-to-helmet hit left him unable to work. He filed suit in Baltimore Monday.



City, Police May Reach Contract Agreement Thursday

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) ―With tensions running high and budgets running low, police have come to a tentative agreement with Baltimore City over wages and benefits.  Mike Hellgren reports it comes with a pay cut. FOP […]