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Maryland Spending Web Site (MD House Bill 358)

Posted by Ed C on Sunday, February 10, 2008

Howard County Delegate Warren Miller along with Gale Bates and other Howard county delegates (Bobo, Guzzone, F. Turner) are sponsoring HB 385, The Maryland Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2008 (pdf).  This bill seeks to create a search-able web site that will allow everyone to see how the State of Maryland is spending our money.

This will be a valuable tool for Marylanders and provide a new openness and transparency to our government – let’s support this bill.

5 Responses to “Maryland Spending Web Site (MD House Bill 358)”

  1. Kem White said

    I’m glad to see Howard County Delegates Liz Bobo, Guy Guzzone, and Frank Turner and other Howard County Delegates (Miller, Bates) sponsoring this bill. Sounds like the tool will be valuable.

  2. me said

    you’ve linked to a 2007 bill that never made it out of committee

    do you want to talk about anything current?

  3. Kem White said

    Introduced 25 Jan 08, current by my definition. It actually sounds very useful; I really hope to hear more about it.

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