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.
Where things stand for Md. businesses as end nears for General Assembly session
April 9, 2021