Reducing Baltimore crime is good for business
On the heels of Mayor Pugh’s appointment of a new police commissioner, it is necessary to address an issue that is important to both our members and city officials: crime.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
HB1 Committee Meeting and Q&A
Among the topics deliberated at last week's Public Affairs and Policy Committee meeting were House Bill 1(HB1), the Baltimore City Styrofoam Ban, and the 2018 Chamber of Commerce Legislative Reception.
Monday, November 20, 2017
Maryland board waives tuition rule for Amazon employees
To help entice a second Amazon headquarters to Maryland, a state board has voted to waive a 12-month residency requirement to qualify for in-state tuition for any Amazon employees who move to the state, if a new headquarters is established.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017