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Anne Arundel lawmakers graded on their 'pro-business' votes

Anne Arundel lawmakers graded on their 'pro-business' votes

Anne Arundel County legislators are 1 percentage point away from being pro-business, according to the Maryland Business for Responsive Government annual roll call release. The organization tracks votes from delegates and senators to determine if they voted in "pro-business" ways. Much like any legislative report card, the definition is set by the organization authoring the report. These numbers were achieved by analyzing eight Senate Votes and 11 House votes. The group said Anne Arundel County lawmakers, as a whole, voted "pro-business" 69 percent of the time. One more percentage point would have landed the county at the 70 percent minimum to be considered...

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