The Maryland General Assembly is poised this week to override several landmark bills that Gov. Larry Hogan (R) rejected last year, including a multibillion-dollar overhaul of the state’s public education system, a new tax on digital streaming to help pay for the restructuring and a first-in-the-nation tax on digital ads. The House of Delegates met Monday afternoon for its first floor session since the legislature convened last month and was expected to vote to override Hogan’s veto of the school revision bill. The Senate is expected to vote to overturn the veto later this week.
Lawmakers set to override Hogan vetoes of schools overhaul, digital ad tax
February 9, 2021