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ANNAPOLIS -- House and Senate lawmakers worked early into the morning today to pass $1.3 billion in tax increases and ask voters to legalize up to 15,000 slot machines in five locations across the state.
OCEAN CITY — Gov. Martin O'Malley yesterday called for a major new transportation-spending initiative to upgrade the state's infrastructure in the wake of the Minneapolis bridge collapse earlier this month.
OCEAN CITY — An alternative budget proposal released this week was the first in a series of counter campaigns on issues that will include public safety, the environment and economic development, state Republican leaders say.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Maryland House Republicans yesterday announced a budget proposal to address the state's $1.5 billion budget deficit that calls for legalizing slot machines and cutting the rate of growth in spending instead of increasing taxes.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Marylanders contributed about $150 million in taxes last year to Delaware and West Virginia by playing slot machines in those states, according to a report released yesterday.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Martin O"Malley"s administration gave an update yesterday on plans to address the state"s $1.5 billion deficit, saying reforms will include closing corporate tax loopholes and demanding that the wealthy "pay their fair share."
There are three counties in the Washington metropolitan area that don't touch one another, yet they have some similarities when it comes to home shopping.
ANNAPOLIS — State budget analysts yesterday presented a "doomsday" scenario to state lawmakers that would require more than 1,000 layoffs and $1.5 billion in cuts to offset the state's structural deficit without raising taxes.