Editor Marge Neal email@example.com
7:19 am on Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Steve and others - thank you for your feedback on this legislative proposal. However, unlike your posts suggest, I am a legislator that can actually focus on more than one thing at a time, and as such have a robust agenda planned to help grow jobs and lower taxes for the working families of my district. In addition to my opposition to the gas tax and my ongoing efforts to adjust income tax rates so that they do not increase with inflation, I have already signaled my intention to introduce legislation to allow public school choice in Baltimore County, and have several other bills planned that would help residents save money. This says nothing of my efforts as part of a "Blue Dog Democrat" Coalition that has worked with the administration to highlight ways in which the state can do more for the business community. In response, the Governor has created a "Maryland Made Easy" (easy.Maryland.gov) website that helps to streamline business permits and called for a review of all the state's regulations for adjustment and/or elimination.
I've also been involved in the Public-Private-Partnership agreement at the Port of Baltimore that is literally bringing thousands of new jobs to the area, and continue to work with the community to identify other job-creation opportunities such as the proposed Fort Howard project, which could lead to as much as $500 million in economic activity in the southeast part of Baltimore County.
Delegate John Olszewski, Jr.
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