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Maryland regulations might soon need the sign-off of a small business council

March 31
The Maryland Senate voted on Tuesday to create an advisory council to review new state regulations and assess their impact on small businesses — despite warnings from some Democrats that the panel could make the regulatory process more drawn-out and bureaucratic.

“It’s like Saturday Night Live does a comedy routine on legislators trying to help small business: ‘Let’s meet! Let’s talk! Let’s write reports!’” said Sen. James C. Rosapepe (D-Prince George’s), who — like most others who expressed opposition — eventually voted for the bill. “That’s what small business people think government does. And what this bill does is do more of it.”

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