The Maryland Senate voted unanimously Friday to end state-mandated stormwater management fees, a priority of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
A bill to end mandatory stormwater management fees is moving through the Maryland Senate.
Gov. Larry Hogan says he is confident Maryland’s mandated “rain tax” will soon be dried up, even though a Senate committee on Tuesday rejected his bill to repeal stormwater management fees.
What to do about the rain? Lawmakers in Annapolis are debating whether the state should continue to collect that controversial stormwater fee, known as the “rain tax.”
Just say the phrase “rain tax” and people across the state of Maryland will have very passionate opinions. Now Governor Hogan makes a move to wash that tax down the drain.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan says he believes the so-called “rain tax” will be scrapped in Maryland.
Maryland’s Senate president says there could be some changes to the state’s so-called “rain tax,” but he doesn’t expect it to be repealed.
Get ready to pay more at the pump. Maryland’s gas tax takes another hike, the second in two years.
For Charles Lollar, the best thing the next governor of Maryland can do is cut taxes to make the state friendly for businesses and promote job growth.
With some in the state legislature moving to repeal the so-called “rain tax,” those in favor of keeping it promise a fight.
A Maryland environmental official is starting a tour around the state to talk about efforts to reduce pollution from stormwater runoff.
The 2014 candidates for governor took a crack at the state’s environmental challenges.