(1) job creation through lower taxes, and (2) curtailing regulations that have had such a negative impact on business
I believe the majority will attack Governor Hogan unmercifully, and his continuing program of “changing Maryland”, notwithstanding the fact that most Marylanders agree with the Gov.
CUT SPENDING! And then cut even more spending.
I continue to work to reduce the tolls across the Susquehanna River. As ranking GOP member of JPR Committee, most of the bills we consider affect all Maryland.
I agree with it. Good for the kids, good for the parents, good for business. Only down side is many school systems will now have to spend more time teaching kids in lieu of taking “professional study days”.
I was on the legislative study panel for this last summer and I do not believe the State should NOT involve itself in something so personal.
It is a disaster that would never had been proposed by the majority had Anthony Brown been elected Governor.
What has been your biggest accomplishment as a legislator in the first two years of this term?
Helping my constituents on a day to day basis. I have 3 Delegates under me so I get three times the complaints and issues, many of which are quite challenging to resolve.
Time will tell. I very much like representing my constituents and other people all across Maryland.