Maryland Gov Larry Hogan and presiding officers at the State House agreed Thursday on legislation to provide a one-month gas tax holiday. The emergency bill will land on the governor’s desk within days and he is expected to sign it during a special bill-signing ceremony. The tax break will cost the state $100 million, which legislative leaders said can easily be absorbed. Jones said they agreed to revisit suspending the gas tax, if needed.
Hogan, legislative leaders agree to one-month gas tax holiday
March 14, 2022