Lesson we learned from the O'Malley-Brown Administration in 2010
On Wednesday the governor addressed the members of the Senate and House of Delegates with his annual State of the State address. While we have been hearing rumors for the past few weeks of what the governor was going to propose this year, this week's address had lawmakers on both sides of the aisle stunned. Here is a short list of what the O'Malley-Brown administration has proposed...
- Gas Tax - 18-cent per gallon increase on gas
- App Tax - applying the sales tax to all iTunes and internet downloads
- Verizon Tax - applying a tax to all land lines
- Flush Tax - increasing and changing the structure to be based on usage
- Thousandaires Tax - eliminating the mortgage interest deduction for people making $100,000 or more
But there is more, click here for the entire list of proposed taxes by the O'Malley-Brown Administration
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The mood in Annapolis is different this year. People are listening! It is important to contact your legislators and the leadership in Annapolis and tell them ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! NO NEW TAXES.