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Md.’s high-income, low-unemployment economy shows cracks

January 5, 2024

As lawmakers head back to Annapolis for the start of the Maryland General Assembly’s 446th session Wednesday, much of their attention will be on what combination of tax increases or spending cuts will be needed to keep the state budget balanced. After all, experts have warned that the gap between anticipated tax revenue and expenditures could grow to as much as $2 billion in five years.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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