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General Assembly will once again mull state-run bank bill
A state lawmaker from Montgomery County is making another attempt at passing a bill that could pave the way for the state of Maryland to start its own bank.
Del. Ana Sol Gutierrez’s bill would create a state task force to explore the idea of launching a state-run bank in Maryland. The government-run bank would make it easier for business owners and farmers in the state to get the loans they need to grow, according to House Bill 1306. Gutierrez introduced the bill on Feb. 8. It was assigned to…
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