Creating more jobs and closing a billion dollar deficit is what Delegate Michael Hough would like to hear MD. Governor Martin O'Malley speak about Wednesday during the State of the State Address. "And I would like to hear some bipartisan ways that we can work together to make Maryland more business friendlier and reduce owner's regulations and help small business owners," continued Hough. Another issue, he said, that he hears over and over again, is the high rate of unemployment taxes that employers have to pay. "That's a major challenge. It would be good to put forward bipartisan things that we could support," said Hough.
Supporting wind mills, more septic bills and major budget transfers is what Senator Ron Young says the Governor will speak about. "There are a lot of different programs, small and big, geared towards creating more jobs. I have one myself, that is a Buy America Bill. If we start buying more American made products it would probably do more to increasing jobs," said Young.
The Governor is set to deliver the State of the State Address Wednesday at noon.