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A recent report by the State Office of Legislative Audits criticized the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) for inadequate oversight and...

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The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) has proposed a $1.4 billion budget for fiscal year 2016 that would increase overall spending by...

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Snow fell and bands played as Annapolis welcomed the inauguration of Larry Hogan as Maryland’s 62nd Governor. Hundreds of legislators,...

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The Maryland General Assembly opens its 2015 session on Jan. 14 with a 40 percent turnover in House membership and a 20 percent turnover in the...

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Several new laws enacted by state and local governments that will have significant impacts on AOBA members become effective in January of 2015....

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The State of Maryland’s estimated general fund revenues have been reduced by another $123 million for the current year and $148 million for...

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Current Council Chair Mel Franklin was elected for a second year as Chair of the Prince George’s County Council by a unanimous vote of the...

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Legislation that will limit how and when employers in Prince George’s County may conduct criminal background checks of prospective employees...

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Significant changes to State and Prince George’s County law will alter the rate of interest payable on residential security deposits effective...

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In a shocking upset, Republican Larry Hogan defeated Lt. Governor Anthony Brown by over 70,000 votes to capture the Maryland Governor’s race....

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Had enough of the 2014 Maryland election? The new year will be here soon, and Jan. 1, 2015 begins a new four-year election cycle. With the new year,...

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The Prince George’s County Department of the Environment is offering AOBA members the opportunity to pay reduced tipping fees in exchange for...

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