Alcohol Tax Increase Goes Into Effect FridayAnother new law is going into effect Friday and it's likely to impact your holiday celebrations. The "dime a drink" alcohol tax begins July 1
Contraband Cigarettes, Alcohol Costing Maryland MillionsMaryland's comptroller steps up enforcement of tax laws, announcing that cigarette, alcohol and fuel violations are on the rise.
O'Malley Signs Alcohol Tax IncreaseA new law goes on the books that could cut into your entertainment dollars. Governor Martin O’Malley signed an alcohol tax increase that applies to all adult beverages.
Last Day For Md. General Assembly's SessionLawmakers only have a few hours left to wrap up this year's session.
House Passes 50 Percent Increase In Alcohol TaxA measure to raise the sales tax on alcohol from 6 percent to 9 percent in July was approved 78-62 by the House of Delegates on Monday, sending the legislation to the state Senate to consider on the last day of the Maryland General Assembly session.
Time Running Out For Md. Lawmakers To Approve Controversial BillsMaryland lawmakers have a lot on their plate and only hours left to work out dozens of important bills. Among them are some hotly contested bills, including a 3 percent increase in the alcohol sales tax.
Md. House Gives Initial OK To Raising Alcohol TaxMaryland's sales tax on alcohol would rise 50 percent in July, under legislation that advanced in the House of Delegates late Saturday night.
Senate President Talks About Alcohol Tax Speed UpSenate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Friday he would be open raising the alcohol tax at a faster pace than it would be under current legislation, but only if the money is used to address a structural imbalance in the state budget.
Md. Senate Panel Advances Alcohol TaxYour next beer is likely going to cost you more money. Maryland lawmakers are moving closer to approving higher taxes on alcoholic drinks.
Md. Lawmakers Discuss Gas, Alcohol Tax IncreasesMaryland taxpayers are watching to see if they'll be paying more for gasoline and alcohol.
Disability Advocates Are Proponents For Higher Alcohol Tax The fight over a higher alcohol tax is pitting bar owners and liquor stores against a very vulnerable group. If the tax goes up, that money would fund programs for the disabled.