Each year, Maryland has a 90-day Legislative Session. Thousands of bills are proposed each year that seek to limit your freedoms and stifle prosperity.

And so the question arises: How does Virginia, a much larger state, survive with only a 60-day Session during even years - and a 46-day Session during odd years?

The answer is simple - Annapolis elites believe that your prosperity comes from government.

But, it doesn't have to be this way. A shorter 60-day Legislative Session combined with a modest salary of $18,000, like Virginia, is a good start. When a legislature has less time to meet, there's less time to meddle.

This guiding principle of limited government rings true:

"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is powerful enough to take everything you have!"

And so it goes in Maryland...


Of Note:

Baltimore Gas & Electric (BGE) plans to pass on $82 million in tax savings to customers thanks to the Republican Tax Reform bill that lets you keep more of your money.

BGE announced pending rate cuts saying the average customer can expect their bill to decrease beginning in February.


 

Yours In Service,