Guest Host: Jen Golbeck

A legislative fight is brewing over property taxes in Prince George’s County, where a tax reform initiative in the 1970s limited increases to percent. Now County Executive Rushern Baker is proposing a 15 percent increase to help fund schools, a move he says is allowed under a 2012 state law. Opponents say it’s a loophole that won’t fly legally–or with voters. We explore the issues.


  • Judy Robinson Prince George's resident; former chair of Prince George's Citizens for Tax Reform and Term Limitation
  • Matt Bush Maryland Reporter, WAMU 88.5

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