Alexander & Cleaver
4:00pm - 5:00pm
54 State Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401
Monday, January 20, 2014
from 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Alexander & Cleaver
54 State Circle
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
410 630 8200
Online registration is closed.
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Due to Speaker Busch's schedule, we will start the meeting promptly at 4pm so please arrive by 3:45pm and leave plenty of time for parking as the Legislature is in Session. Click here for parking garage information.
Public Policy Forum Meeting
Our next Public Policy Forum will be held on Monday, January 20th. Maryland
House Speaker Mike Busch is scheduled to attend. He will speak about
his legislative priorities, the governor’s legislative priorities and
his prognostications about the status of the House of Delegates after
the next election. Mike represents District 30 which includes the greater Annapolis area. He has been representing AACo since 1987.
Time permitting, we will review issues likely to come before the General Assembly which may include:
• Budget – shortfall and Major Information Technology Development Projects (MITDP)
• Minimum wage
• Health Benefit Exchange going forward
• Recreational marijuana
• February 25 filing deadline for state offices and the bearing on the session
• Tax cuts—estate tax? Inheritance tax? Corporate income tax?
• Rain tax revisions
• Click on the this link to find Telecommunications and Information Technology bills filed so far for example
4:00 Welcome and Introductions
4:05 Introduce Featured Guest
4:55 Discuss Plans for Next Meeting
Host Sponsor: Alexander & Cleaver
Registration for CRTC Public Policy Forum Meetings is free and restricted to CRTC Members ONLY.
CRTC’s Public Policy Forum (PPF) functions as an educational and advocacy arm of the CRTC, promoting pro-growth policies concerning state programs in support of its mission to advance Maryland’s position as a favorable state for the creation and growth of technology companies. The CRTC-PPF organizes event-driven and online forums for discussion to advance dialogue and advocacy of public policy issues that impact the membership of the organization. All CRTC Members in good standing are invited to participate in the Public Policy Forum.