Gov. Wes Moore announced proposals to further cut taxes for military retirees and to refund health insurance costs for members of the Maryland National Guard during an event with veterans at the State House on Thursday. Moore, a Democrat, has yet to unveil his full suite of proposals for the General Assembly, which is in the midst of its annual 90-day session. These two military proposals represent the first public discussion of any of his legislative priorities. Moore and his nominee for secretary of veterans affairs, Anthony Woods, gathered dozens of military retirees for a meeting and question-and-answer session. Moore told the assembled group that his proposals are a signal of how important members of the military are to the state.
Gov. Moore proposes tax cut for retired veterans, health care help for National Guard
January 27, 2023