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Effective Oct. 1, Maryland employers with 15 to 49 employees in the State must provide employees with unpaid parental leave benefits. An eligible...

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The minimum wage required to be paid by employers in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties will increase on Oct. 1st from $7.25 to $8.40 per...

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The Prince George’s County Council has returned from its August recess and is resuming action on legislation. Earlier this week Council Member...

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Riverdale Park Rolls Back Business License FeesRiverdale Park Rolls Back Business License FeesThe Town Council of Riverdale Park (Prince...

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Although all bills concerning lead paint liability died at the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session, owners and managers of rental housing built...

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WSSC plans to place more reliance on fees and less on rates to meet its revenue needs, starting July 1, 2015. At a recent briefing to the Prince...

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AOBA member support is needed for legislation that would eliminate potentially troublesome provisions from Prince George’s County’s...

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Prince George’s County Council Chair Mel Franklin wants members' advice regarding how to improve the County’s business climate. In a...

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The Maryland General Assembly ended its 90 day session with several wins for AOBA members. Much of AOBA’s legislative effort is directed to...

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The Maryland General Assembly entered the final week of its 2014 session with several bills of interest to AOBA members still in play. The session...

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The Maryland House and Senate were moving bills quickly to beat the self-imposed “crossover” deadline of March 17. Bills passed by...

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