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Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Hogan Administration Wants More Big Name Companies in Maryland

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The Hogan Administration is asking for help from the General Assembly to attract more companies to the State.

Maryland is home to some of the biggest players nationwide.

“We just have to keep getting better in everything we do,” says Maryland Secretary of Commerce Mike Gill.

One way to do that is to stay aggressive on the economic development front.

The Administration wants lawmakers to increase the money they can grant a single company under a key incentive program and deepen tax credits for firms that add jobs.



Anonymous said...

How about Smith & Wesson if you give us back out con carry HOGAN ??

Anonymous said...

Then get rid of the democrats

Anonymous said...

If he wants more business then tell him to veto the idiotic bill that mandates sick leave pay.

Anonymous said...

It will be a long time, if ever, before large companies come to/return to Maryland. A republican governor now, but there could be another Owemalley in the future.

Anonymous said...

Dave T: I very much agree with the other comment here regarding "getting rid of Democrats." Maryland is a great example of what liberal idiocy can do to a perfectly good place with good people!

Anonymous said...

1:35,spot on they continue to add laws and regs so no business will come here.

Anonymous said...

Gov Hogan has to change the one size fits all regulations when it comes to developing land such as the crazy way they do perc tests for the smallest business property,wetlands permitting because of certain grasses or a small puddle on the property.

Anonymous said...

Democrat states are losing more business then ever before and ots no wonder. Also hogan is a weak Republican at best.