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.