In Print: Advocating for Increased Funding for the Historic Tax Credit Program

01/21/2022
By Dana Cohen

Director of Government Relations Elly Colmers Cowan penned the op-ed Viewpoint: Maryland is falling behind in funding historic preservation tax incentives, featured in today’s Baltimore Business Journal.


Elly writes about the value the Historic Tax Credit program brings to a variety of industries and why Maryland needs to increase funding to the program to remain competitive.

Read the full op-ed here

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For an overview of the “whats” and “whys” of Historic Tax Credit legislation and to learn more about the work the advocacy department is currently leading in Annapolis, view our 2022 Historic Tax Credit One Pager.

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