Another independent national study exposing Maryland’s unbearable business climate has been released. CEO ...More
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Thanks to a new web-based impervious surface estimator created by Howard County’s Geographic Information Services, county residents and businesses can now calculate how much Maryland’s new storm water management fees or the “rain tax” as it is known, will cost them on their July property tax bills. Approved by the General Assembly in 2012 the [...]
According to a new report from Change Maryland, come 2014, Marylanders will have paid $9.5 billion in ...More
In Baltimore County, the new stormwater management fees, (i.e. the rain tax) passed the County Council ...More
Martin O’Malley’s One Maryland is a fairy tale, and Politico’s Alexander Burns and Burgess Everett ...More
At the stroke of midnight the presiding officers of the Maryland General Assembly declared sine die, ...More
Last month, economist Anirban Basu from the Baltimore-based Sage Policy Group addressed ...More