ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - A Maryland Senate panel has added a tax break on retirement income for law enforcement and emergency services personnel to an overall tax-relief plan.
The Senate Budget and Taxation Committee made the changes Wednesday, sending it to the full Senate.
The panel essentially added a Senate tax-relief plan and the break on retirement income to a bill that already has passed the House.
The changes need Senate and House approval before the session ends Monday at midnight, to send them to Gov. Larry Hogan.