Maryland’s governor and General Assembly might be getting an early start on next spring’s legislative session, and that means work ahead for CPAs and their clients.
Articles in The (Baltimore) Sun and The Daily Record outline Gov. Martin O’Malley’s plan to resolve an estimated budget deficit of $1.7 billion. Among his proposals:
Read more about the proposals here.
O’Malley said he will call a special session of the General Assembly this fall to consider the proposals.
The MACPA and its legislative volunteers are actively monitoring the proposals. Members can keep an eye on our legislative resource center for details as they become available and contribute to the cause by making a donation to the MACPA’s political action committee.
Stay tuned …
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