Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot continued their two-man campaign against the General Assembly Thursday, criticizing Democratic legislators for stymieing craft brewery reform in the state.
A failed bill had aimed to revamp craft-brewing regulations to make Maryland’s landscape competitive with neighboring jurisdictions by removing limits on sales, production and self-distribution.
Maryland residents stand to benefit from the new federal tax laws, said state Comptroller Peter Franchot. But he also said there are a lot of qualifiers.
Two of Maryland’s top elected officials urged seniors to guard their personal information and encouraged adult children to keep track of their parents’ financial dealings as part of an effort to bring attention to elder financial abuse and fraud.
Tax cheats and smugglers have helped build a vault of contraband sitting in the basement of a government building in Annapolis, and Maryland’s comptroller cracked it open.
More than 200 bills received Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature, including a fracking ban and other environmental measures — as well as protections from tax fraud and identity theft.
Craft beer brewers face more restrictions in Maryland than in any other state, Comptroller Peter Franchot believes, and he’s determined to change that.
Maryland has released its 2017 lists of which people and businesses owe the most in back taxes. Each list represents nearly $8 million.
“A high volume of questionable returns” led Maryland to suspend processing electronic tax returns from 20 paid tax preparers. Find out which firms are on the list.
A recent crackdown on fraudulent tax returns has netted four more indictments against Maryland tax preparers. Overall, the number of fraudulent returns filed with the state hit nearly 20,000 in 2015.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is pushing schools to delay the start of the new school year until after the Labor Day holiday.
It’s still unclear what Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will say, but he’s appearing with Comptroller Peter Franchot, who has long advocated for a post-Labor Day start to the school year.
Maryland’s comptroller advocates to end Montgomery County’s liquor monopoly.
WASHINGTON – It’s called the “Let Summer be Summer” bill, and Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot introduced the proposal to the House Ways and Means Committee Thursday. The bill has garnered massive public support. In fact seven…
The purchasing power for Maryland families is diminishing, says Maryland comptroller Peter Franchot.