In a legislative announcement, Gov. Larry Hogan proposed the largest tax relief package in state history to help small businesses and retirees in Maryland.

Hogan said the package is worth $4.6 billion and stated that the "continued economic recovery" of the state is important.

“Next to our health recovery from the worst pandemic in more than a century, nothing is more important than our continued economic recovery,” Hogan said. “With all of the important announcements we are making today, we are continuing our focus on delivering exactly what we promised - real, long-term relief to hardworking Marylanders, small business, and retirees, creating more jobs and more opportunity in every corner of the state, and continuing to lead the nation in economic recovery so that our state comes back even stronger and better than ever before.”

Here is how the funds from the package would be distributed:... Read More: WBAL