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Votes:0 Please visit the new State of Maryland homepage located at http://maryland.gov For State, County & Municipal Government information, visit the Maryland Manual On-Line at http://mdmanual.net The Maryland State Archives thanks you for your patronage of the Maryland Electronic Capital website from 1998-2004. Read More Go to Site
Votes:0 Government Information in Maryland Maryland State Flag Maryland State Seal Maryland State Bird Maryland State Flower Maryland State Tree Oriole Black-eyed Susan White Oak Maryland State Fish: Rockfish Maryland State Insect: Baltimore Checkerspot Butterfly Maryland State Reptile: Diamondback Terrapin Maryland State Fossil Shell: Ecphora gardnerae gardnerae Maryland's Government consists of three branches Maryland Executive Branch Governor's Office Lt. Governor's Office Secretary of State's Office Attorney General State Treasurer Other State Departments Maryland Legislative Branch 141 Maryland House of Delegates 47 Maryland Senate 8 US House of Representatives 2 US Senate Maryland Judicial Branch Maryland Judiciary Home Page Web Delmarweb - Maryland Advertising Rates Disclaimer Site Map Delm Read More Go to Site
Votes:0 skip to content | access shortcuts Home Press Releases Speeches First Lady Lt. Governor Progress During the past three weeks, working with the General Assembly, we achieved more than anyone thought possible - and more than many governments achieve in four years. We passed a fair, long-term solution to the inherited $1.7 billion structural deficit, and got Maryland back to the business of making progress. What We Accomplished: Protected our investment in education and helped keep college tuition affordable. Made our tax system fairer by providing an income tax cut for middle class families - to offset the penny sales tax increase - and closing corporate loopholes. Cut spending by $550 million - on top of $280 million in cuts earlier this year. Passed a law to make healthcare more affordable Read More Go to Site
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