Moore signs bills to help veterans with tax relief, health care benefits
Maryland Gov. Wes Moore signed legislation on Friday to help veterans, including tax relief on retirement income. With a National Guard aircraft behind him, the former U.S. Army captain and paratrooper signed the bills in a hangar at Martin State Airport, which is home to the Maryland Air National Guard, in Middle River, Baltimore County. "We need to make sure that 'thank you for your service' is more than just a quote, or something that we always put at the end of a sentence. We need to support our military community," Moore said, adding that veterans will have second and third careers. "These are people who will start businesses. These are people who will buy homes."