Maryland became a state in 1776. The capital of Maryland is called Annapolis. Maryland is 12,406 square miles
Maryland has 10 electoral votes. Maryland’s population is 5,773,552. A voter ID tells if a person is eligible to vote. The population of Maryland is 87% urban and 13% rural.
The average household income in Maryland is 94,384
The homeschooling laws are
School Required for Ages: 5–18, the notification is required, no teacher Qualification is required. You are not required to possess a Maryland hunting license if you are: a resident of Maryland (or their spouse) who owns the property and who hunts only on that property. This also applies to The landowner’s children and grandchildren if they are under the age of 16. The firearm laws are very lax in Maryland and the concealed carry laws are also very lax.
Maryland’s top commodities are poultry; grain; milk; cattle and calves; eggs; hogs; oilseeds, dry beans, and dry peas.
Maryland’s leading industries are biopharma & life science, construction, cyber, energy, utilities, and manufacturing. Maryland’s main interstate is interstate 95
Maryland’s personal tax rates begin at 2% on the first $1000 of taxable income and increase up to a maximum of 5.75%
Maryland’s average effective property tax rate of 1.06% is just below the national average, which is 1.07%
According to the Maryland Department of Transportation, the state of Maryland collects a 6% state excise tax on vehicle purchases. In 2021, Maryland’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was $438.2 billion, up from $410.7 billion in 2020.
Name a famous person from this state/territory and write a paragraph about him or her.
- Maryland State History – Accessed 8/18