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If we can put the thousands of unemployed and unenrolled young Marylanders to work, we could save taxpayers nearly a quarter of a million dollars. 


At first glance, Transamerica and the American Heart Association may seem to be an unlikely pairing. But when it comes to serving the needs of their customers, the partnership makes sense.

The first of several mobile jobs centers Mayor Catherine Pugh talked about on the campaign trail will open today at Mondawmin Mall.

It was a beautiful day here at 60 West St where we celebrated surviving the 2017 Legislative Session!

In the middle of meaningful reform and daily changes in policy, Maryland Chamber member Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC aims to stay ahead of the curve. 

Paid leave bill unified; passage appears guaranteed

(March 23, 2017 – ANNAPOLIS, Md.) — The Maryland Chamber of Commerce will welcome three outstanding individuals into its prestigious Hall of Fame at its 2017 Annual Meeting and Hall of Fame Awards on May 17, 2017 at the Baltimore Hilton BWI Airport Hotel.

Noha Ahmed, the Chamber's Membership Services Representative, has been awarded a State Partner Scholarship.

Late last week, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said she would veto a bill that would raise the minimum wage in Baltimore to $15 per hour by 2022. 

Choptank Transport is in the business of moving things, so it’s only logical that they get moving for others.

Anna Dreyer, Ph.D., CFA, earned a bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science, along with biomedical engineering. But it was her strong interest in business and finance that led her to a minor in economics, coursework at Sloan School of Management and, ultimately, to a position with T. Rowe Price.

(March 15, 2017Annapolis, Md.)  Imposing a mandate does not make the mandate affordable, and when mandates are unaffordable, people lose jobs. The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has consistently argued against mandatory paid leave, and therefore stands in support of Gov. Larry Hogan’s announcement that he will veto HB 1/SB 230 when it reaches his desk.

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