Tax fraud identity theft is on the rise in Maryland and across the country. For some, the crime is a nuisance. For others, it causes economic hardship.
The Maryland comptroller’s office proposed legislation Tuesday that would assist enforcement and increase penalties for fraudulent filers.
State employees rallied across Maryland to pressure the governor’s administration during their current contract negotiations.
In its first meeting, the group, with stakeholders from the public and private sectors, outlined goals to minimize cyber risks.
A Maryland commission sent recommendations to Gov. Larry Hogan to remediate both congressional and legislative voting districts.