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Md. bill to combat price gouging in state of emergency advances

March 24, 2023
Maryland State house with city in Annapolis

Maryland businesses selling certain essential goods or services will be prohibited from raising their prices above 15% during a state of emergency if the General Assembly passes a proposal from Attorney General Anthony Brown before the end of the legislative session in a few weeks. Each chamber has already passed a version of the bill. The Senate Finance Committee on Thursday voted to send a version of the bill from the House of Delegates, HB 775, to the Senate floor for a vote.

 

Article Source: The Daily Record

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