Union Station’s leaseholders have agreed to pay the District of Columbia $7.5 million in taxes dating to 2008 to settle a dispute over the amounts owed to the government.
Thursday is the Great American Smokeout and, in case you need incentive, there’s a campaign to raise the cigarette tax next year.
Upping the price on lighting up lowered the number of teen smokers in Maryland. A new tax aims to do the same thing with cheaper tobacco products.
Many Maryland businesses will see their unemployment insurance rates drop by more than half next year, because the state’s trust fund for the payments has a much stronger balance compared to last year, state officials announced Monday.
The Montgomery County Council is considering a measure that would authorize an existing tax to be used to pay for bike-docking stations.
Baltimore City Police say a scam artist is becoming increasingly violent.
The excise tax is becoming more of an issue for a boating industry struggling to stay afloat.
Gov. Martin O’Malley won’t call a special session to take up gambling expansion next week because lawmakers have yet to reach an agreement, his spokeswoman confirmed Friday.
Maryland residents who earn more than $100,000 annually will pay more income taxes and many will pay higher fees to flush their toilets under new laws taking effect this weekend.
A new report says Baltimore City schools need $2.5 billion in repairs. It also calls for many schools to rebuild or shut down.
In a significant move, Baltimore’s bottle tax is no longer stopped up in a City Council committee. It’s now going to the full council.
District of Columbia lawmakers are considering tax incentives for the fast-growing online deals business LivingSocial to keep its headquarters in Washington.