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  • Gov. Hogan Signs Equal Pay Bill into LawAmendments provide some protections for employers.

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  • Income Tax Relief? Maybe Next YearDiscussions are expected to resume in 2017 rather than a summer special session.

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  • Want to Avoid a Health Insurance Premium Hike?Share how increased rates would impact your business

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  • Weigh In On Proposed Premium RatesHealth insurance carriers are considering a hike in premium rates to take place next year.

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  • Could a “Fair Scheduling” Effort Resurface Next Session?Recent bill failed, but labor movement is targeting the issue for next big battle.

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  • SMALL BUSINESS GROUP SEES DRAMATIC PREMIUM INCREASE A HINDRANCE TO HIRINGThe National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) is encouraging those that may be impacted to take the opportunity to share their concerns with the Insurance Administration during this period, which closes June 15th.

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