Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Sine Die: The Circus on the Severn Folds Its Tent

The Maryland General Assembly adjourned Monday night after its ninety-day session for 2015. Here is a summary of highlights of the good, the bad and the ugly that was passed during this session.

The good news is that now Gov. Hogan is there to fight off new taxes, contain spending increases and restore some common sense to Maryland government. More good news is that one particularly bad bill that would have allowed for assisted suicide was itself put to death before even making it out of committee. Vigilance will be required to fight this battle again next year.

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