As the Baltimore Museum of Industry highlights The Neighborhood Corner Bar in a new exhibit, WMAR met up with American Joe and his brother to reminisce about their family bar.
At our last Summer Social of the season, we were joined by many adorable furry friends.
The Old Line team enjoyed meeting with legislators, state and county government officials, clients, partners and new contacts during this year’s conference
People age 21 and older can buy cannabis products from licensed dispensaries in Maryland as long as they show government-issued photo ID to prove their age.
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake’s Excel Center received funding as a result of Old Line’s lobbying efforts.
This year, Old Line Government Affairs has supported the Can Manufacturers Institute on a bill that would increase the recycling of cans in an effort to reduce pollution.
In the late 1970s, American Joe had a hand in creating the Maryland Film Commission through the legislature, taking it from almost last to 8th in the country for motion picture and TV productions.
Before he ventured into the legislative world, American Joe was a member of the Maryland Air National Guard from 1969 to 1975.
This week, we’re proud to showcase one of Baltimore’s greatest and most beloved politicians through the eyes of the people who knew him best for a series we’re calling “American Joe Week.”
This year’s Issue Papers presented to the Maryland General Assembly feature 250 pages covering topics ranging from healthcare to business regulation.
Old Line’s lobbyists successfully advocated for changes that impacted their client’s renewable power business – a key win following this legislative session.
Old Line Government Affairs helped its client The Cigar Association of America with legislation that impacts the way tax is calculated for online cigar companies.
In this exclusive procurement-focused webinar, learn how minority-owned businesses can create additional revenue streams with the state of Maryland through the MBE program.