The leader of the Maryland Senate is holding out hope for passage of a tax relief package before the session ends in April. The economic strain of a conflict in Ukraine layered on inflation growing at the fastest rate in 40 years has some lawmakers thinking about pocketbook issues. And while some tax proposals are being batted around, few so far would likely bring broad-based relief. Senate President Bill Ferguson said the legislature is looking for ways to make Maryland a more tax-competitive place this year.
Md. Democrats cautiously weigh broad tax-cut plan
March 7, 2022