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House OK's bill to give businesses regulatory relief
Small businesses in Maryland will get a little relief from regulation updates under a bill approved by the House of Delegates at week's end.
The bill, HB16, would require non-emergency regulatory changes to go into effect on four specific days a year, rather taking effect on any given day andpotentially going unnoticed by those affected. The change is intended to make it easier for small businesses to stay on top of new regulations and avoid penalties for breaking the law unknowingly.
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