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When school is out, many kids who rely on school for their meals need a place to eat. Share our Strength, a non-profit organization dedicated to...

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The Montgomery and Prince George’s County Councils approved a $1.4 billion capital and operating budget for WSSC that includes a one percent...

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The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a Maryland income tax law that prohibits Maryland residents from deducting from county piggyback income taxes any...

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Legislation introduced on behalf of County Executive Rushern Baker would increase dozens of fees collected by the Department of Permitting,...

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Now is the time to share concerns with the Prince George’s County Council regarding proposed tax and fee increases in the FY 2016 County...

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On May 13, the full Montgomery County Council voted against a proposed reduction to the fuel/energy tax. AOBA's testified on a resolution to amend...

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After 90 days and 2,200 bills, the Maryland General Assembly ended its 2015 legislative session with several wins for AOBA members. Much of...

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AOBA joined the Maryland Multi-Housing Association in opposing state legislation that would impose a $3 surcharge on each summary ejectment case...

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AOBA-backed legislation to correct key provisions in Maryland’s security deposit interest law appears headed to enactment. The Senate had...

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Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker has announced $133 million in proposed tax and revenue increases as part of his FY 2016 budget,...

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Maryland's House Environment and Transportation Committee unanimously defeated legislation that would have required owners of multifamily...

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After a slow start, the Maryland General Assembly has accelerated through the mid point of its 90 day session. AOBA’s government affairs team...

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