Maryland Task Force Created To Examine Effects Of Vaping, E-CigarettesMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Wednesday the launch of a task force to examine the effects of vaping and e-cigarettes. 
38 Vaping-Associated Lung Illnesses Confirmed In MarylandThat number has jumped from 29 in early October. 
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Considering Run For GovernorMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, who served in the House of Delegates before running for Comptroller, says he's "strongly considering" running for governor in 2022.
Done Your Taxes Yet? Maryland Has 12 Assistance Centers To Make Sure You Make The April 15 DeadlineThe state tax assistance centers are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Board Of Ethics Opens Investigation Into Mayor Pugh's 'Healthy Holly' DealsThe City's Board of Ethics met behind closed doors Wednesday and decided to open an investigation into the mayor's book deals.
Comptroller Decries Bill To Take Regulatory Power Over Alcohol, Tobacco, Gas From HimMaryland's comptroller is denouncing a measure that would take regulatory powers over alcohol, tobacco and gasoline away from his office.
Should Beer, Wine Be Sold In Md. Grocery Stores?Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is promoting the sale of beer and wine in regular grocery stores.
Comptroller Peter Franchot Running For Re-electionMaryland's comptroller since January 2007, Peter Franchot, announced Thursday that he will run for re-election.
Maryland Revenues Will Come In $53M Less Than ProjectedThe Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates voted Wednesday to reduce the state's revenue projections for fiscal year 2018 by $53 million -- a 0.3 percent decrease from previous estimates.
More People Falling Victim To Fraudulent Tax ReturnsA warning for all Maryland taxpayers, as thousands of fraudulent tax returns are being filed, as the state's comptroller office is trying to stop any illegal activity and is putting out a warning for the third time this tax season.
Comptroller Seeks Power to Combat Tax FraudLegislation supported by Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and Gov. Larry Hogan would give new powers to the comptroller's office to combat tax fraud.