Override of SB 190 Veto Levels The Playing Field

On January 21st, the Maryland General Assembly voted to override Governor Hogan’s veto of SB 190, which would clarify existing law to ensure a level playing field regarding tax law between online travel companies and hotels selling directly to consumers.  The Maryland Chamber has been a supporter of SB 190 and applauds the veto override. 

A 30-16 vote in the Senate and an 89-52 vote in the House of Delegates were enough to override Governor Larry Hogan’s veto.

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