10-15-10: Looking Back at Maryland’s Fiscal Future?

October 15, 2010 at 7:28 am 4 comments

UMBC political scientist Roy Meyers says Maryland’s gubernatorial candidates are spending too much time talking about their past records when it comes to the serious deficits and pension liabilities looming in the Free State’s future. He tells Sheilah why Maryland’s fiscal future would make just about anyone look away.

For more detail, check out Roy Meyers’ recent paper, “Budget Questions for the Maryland Election and Beyond.”

And check out what the Department of Legislative Services has to say about Maryland’s pension commission.

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