Maryland Chamber outlines priorities for 2014 General Assembly

Tax cuts and growing private-sector jobs in the state are among the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s top priorities for the General Assembly session that starts in January.

The state’s largest business organization will also focus on potential changes to the new stormwater management fee — dubbed by some as the “rain tax” — and initiatives to raise the minimum wage.

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