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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Board Of Revenue Estimates
Maryland's revenue projections are better than they've been in years. The state is on the verge of wiping out what was once a $2 billion budget deficit through cuts and tax increases, and it's on track to reap financial benefits in future years from full-fledged casino gambling.
Liquor sales in Maryland have stagnated in the past year, a change the industry attributes to an increased alcohol tax driving Marylanders to cross state lines in search of cheaper booze.
Uncertainty about the "fiscal cliff" in Washington could have a significant impact on consumer behavior over the holidays in a state like Maryland that relies on the federal government for so many jobs, the head of the Maryland Retailers Association told a panel of state officials on Thursday.
Uncertainty about the "fiscal cliff" in Washington could have a significant impact on consumer behavior over the holidays in a state such as Maryland that relies on the federal government for so many jobs, the head of the Maryland Retailers Association told a panel of state officials on Thursday.
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Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot said Wednesday that Maryland is on track to bring in $195 million more in general fund revenues this year than expected.