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Where things stand for Md. businesses as end nears for General Assembly session

April 9, 2021

Many bills impacting the business community and Greater Baltimore remain up in the air with just a few days left in the Maryland General Assembly’s annual legislative session. Lawmakers early on completed one of their biggest priorities, passing a $1 billion Covid-19 relief package. They recently checked another off their list by passing a $52 billion budget for fiscal 2022. Notably, the General Assembly also moved early to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetos of several bills from last year, including one implementing a new first-in-the-nation digital advertising tax.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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