The Assembly Is Underway, But What's Best For The State?
This morning began Maryland’s 2016 General Assembly session. Tax cuts, paid sick leave, environmental regulation, and police reform are only a few of the hundreds of bills to be heard over the next ninety days. With partisan tensions looming over a budget that make or break the jobs of thousands of Marylanders, this session may well test the mettle of leaders and the patience of citizens.
Maryland Reporter’s Barry Rascovar and Maryland Non Profit CEO Heather Iliff join us for a “State of the State preview,” as we determine where there’s common ground, and which issues will steal the headlines.