Each year, Maryland has a 90-day Legislative Session. Thousands of bills are proposed each year – some good and others problematic.
And so the question arises: How does Virginia, a much larger state, survive with only a 60-day Session during even years – and a 46-day Session during odd years?
The answer is simple – Annapolis elites believe that your prosperity comes from government. They believe in a command and control economy.
But, it doesn’t have to be this way. A shorter 60-day Legislative Session is a good start. When a legislature has less time to meet, there’s less time to meddle.
This guiding principle of limited government rings true:
“A government big enough to give you everything you want, is powerful enough to take everything you have!”
And so it goes in Maryland…