TAKE ACTION NOW

If you would like to submit written opposition, we would be happy to submit for you. Please email your attachment to mike.griffith@house.state.md.us to oppose the largest tax hike in the history of Maryland! This is the LARGEST TAX INCREASE in Maryland’s History This Tax Increase will Cost Maryland Families like yours $1700, per year Do not be…

Read More
TAKE ACTION NOW

This is the LARGEST TAX INCREASE in Maryland’s History16 This Tax Increase will Cost Maryland Families like yours $1700, per year Do not be fooled.  This is NOT A REDUCTION IN MARYLAND’S SALES TAX, it is a 52% INCREASE in MARYLAND’S Sales Tax This is a TAX, our citizens have already said they are unwilling…

Read More
Governor Hogan's Tax Relief plan

Governor will continue to fight to make it easier for Maryland families, small businesses, and retirees to keep more of their hard-earned money. That’s why we proposed a historic tax relief plan that would provide the largest tax reduction in Maryland in more than two decades. Meanwhile, legislators are pushing the largest tax increase in…

Read More
Oppose Bill 1628, Stand with Governor Hogan

Status Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 7-0)Status: Introduced on February 20 2020 – 25% progressionAction: 2020-02-20 – First Reading House Rules and Executive NominationsPending: House Rules and Executive Nominations CommitteeText: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF] Summary Altering the definitions of “taxable price” and “taxable service” for the purposes of certain provisions of law governing the sales and use…

Read More
Stop Marc Elrich

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich is still placing our families at risk! In one of his latest public policy blunders, Marc Elrich has doubled down with recognizing Montgomery County a SANCTUARY COUNTY! While the President continues to make our country safe, Elrich has championed policies that have lead to the sexual assault and rape of…

Read More
TAKE ACTION NOW

DOWNLOAD FULL PDF Action 1.1 (before 2/11/2020) Email House Judiciary Committee Members Against HB0388/HB0403 House Judiciary Committee (cont’d) Email Telephone Grammer, Robin L, Jr (R-D6-BC) Robin.Grammer@house.state.md.us 410-841-3298 | 301-858-3298 Griffith, Mike (R-D35B-CC/HaC) Mike.griffith@house.state.md.us 410-841-3444 | 301-858-3444 Lewis, Jazz (D-D24-PGC) jazz.lewis@house.state.md.us 410-841-3691 | 301-858-3691 Lopez, Lesley J (D-D39-MC) lesley.lopez@house.state.md.us 410-841-3021 | 301-858-3021 Malone, Michael E (R-D33-AAC)…

Read More
Urge Members of the House Judiciary Committee to Oppose House Bill 4

House Judiciary Committee: House Bill 4 would ban many sales and transfers of rifles or shotguns in Maryland between private individuals without first paying fees and obtaining government permission.  Firearm sales between friends, neighbors, or fellow hunters, would not be exempted.  This proposal would have no impact on crime and is completely unenforceable. TAKE ACTION

Read More
2020 Session Legislative Report #01

***** The information contained in this email may not be copied or reproduced in full or in part without proper and full attribution to John H. Josselyn, and 2A Maryland. *****Greetings!The 2020 Session of the Maryland General Assembly convened today at Noon, and already we are seeing how difficult this Session will be. There seems…

Read More
Annapolis, MD

DESCRIPTION HB 262/SB 537 Bill allows undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates at public 4-year colleges without first earning 60 credits at a community college. Reduces MD high-school attendance requirement from 3 years to just attending. Reduces MD income tax filing requirement for parents/student to 3 years prior to starting college classes instead of…

Read More
Fishery Management Plans – Oysters.

HB 720/SB 830 DESCRIPTION Fishery Management Plans – Oysters. Removes the Secretary of Natural Resources from a reconstituted oyster futures consensus process to be called the Oyster Advisory Commission. The new Commission will be double in size of the Oyster Futures Group. The MD House and Senate would each have 2 voting representatives, but there…

Read More