Pointing to 2007 tax hikes, Republicans say 'Enough is enough'
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - State lawmakers announced Wednesday an agreement reached on re-working the state budget.
Gov. Martin O'Malley and presiding officers of the General Assembly declared they have struck a deal on a budget plan that includes income tax hikes.
"I'm very pleased with the direction the governor has taken bringing both members of the House and Senate back together," House Speaker Michael Busch said.
"I'm very honored to be back here another day to correct what needs to be corrected and move the state forward," Senate President Mike Miller said.