2014 Session Focused on Competitiveness

The 2014 Maryland General Assembly session adjourned this week. It was a good session for the business community. The Maryland Chamber took positions on 156 of the 2,672 bills introduced. Special thanks to our lobbyists Mathew Palmer and Deriece Pate Bennett, as well as all of the volunteers on our Legislative Committee and other public policy committees, who lent their time and expertise in support of the Maryland Chamber’s business agenda.  

Our advocacy efforts this session focused on making Maryland a competitive leader in economic growth and job creation. Highlights include: 

You can view our complete session in review here.

Legislative Issues Tag: CompetitivenessTaxesEmployment Issues

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