Maryland Governor Signs Bond Bill, Vetoes Corporate Tax Hike

Newman, Emily
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/27/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31893, p44
Trade Publication
Reports on Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s signing of the state's consolidated capital bond loan program, and vetoing of a measure that would have used increased corporate taxes to help keep tuition down at state universities. Ehrlich's opposition to sales and income tax increases; Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act signed by Ehrlich.


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