Show Me the Money!

February 19, 2020,

The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Fund The debate about the recommendation of the Kirwan Commission continues to dominate a large portion of the legislative session. The issue of quality education is vital to help create a strong pool of workers for Maryland businesses.  At the same time, there is a need for stable economic conditions […]

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State of the State and Education Reform

February 5, 2020,

Today, Governor Hogan will give the annual State of the State Address to the General Assembly.  In this address, the Governor will outline his key legislative and policy priorities. It is widely expected that he will dedicate a significant portion of the address to the public education reforms proposed by the Kirwan Commission.  In 2020, […]

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Help for Small Businesses, Funding for City Dock and New Taxes

January 29, 2020,

When the General Assembly is in session you can count on a lot of legislative activity and lets not forget that the Annapolis City Council and County Council are still meeting twice a month as well.   So far 511 bills have been introduced in the State Senate and 675 in the House of Delegates.  Some […]

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How to Pay for Kirwan?

January 22, 2020,

General Assembly Wants to Tax Digital Advertising Last year, Kirwan Commission issued a report along with recommendations to improve public education in Maryland. Over the next four years, it is estimated that the cost of implementing these recommendations will be $4 billion.  The General Assembly is looking for ways to fund these recommendations including putting […]

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