Goldstein Treasury Building, 80 Calvert St., Annapolis, Maryland. December 2003. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Appointed by Governor: Carey R. Butsavage; Michael P. Ettlinger; Martin Lobel; Paul Nolan.
Appointed by Senate President: Verna L. Jones; Nancy J. King; Richard S. Madaleno, Jr.
Appointed by House Speaker: Kumar P. Barve; Sheila E. Hixson; one vacancy.
Representative of Greater Baltimore Committee: Steven J. Banks
Representative of Maryland Association of Counties: James F. Kercheval
Representative of Maryland Municipal League: Michael R. Leszcz
Representative of Maryland Chamber of Commerce: Karen Syrylo
Ex officio: Linda L. Tanton, designee of Comptroller of Maryland; T. Eloise Foster, Secretary of Budget & Management; Christian S. Johansson, Secretary of Business & Economic Development; C. John Sullivan, Jr., Director of Assessments & Taxation.
Staff: David F. Roose, Office of Comptroller of Maryland
Marc L. Nicole, Dept. of Budget & Management
On January 1, 2008, the Maryland Business Tax Reform Commission was authorized (Chapter 3, Acts of 2007 Special Session; Chapter 177, Acts of 2008; Chapter 543, Acts of 2010). The Commission reviewed and evaluated Maryland's business tax structure. To provide for fair and equitable taxation for all corporations and other businesses in Maryland, the Commission recommended changes to that structure.
The Commission consisted of nineteen members.
On December 15, 2010, the Commission submitted its report to the Governor and General Assembly.
The Commission was abolished in 2019 (Chapter 6, Acts of 2019).
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