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Will Hogan’s budget explode?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Through no fault of his own, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s slimmed-down, $43.5 billion budget could implode at any moment, depending on actions in Washington by President Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress intent on slashing federal […]

Will Hogan’s budget explode?

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By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Through no fault of his own, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s slimmed-down, $43.5 billion budget could implode at any moment, depending on actions in Washington by President Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress intent on slashing federal […]

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Maryland’s legislature’s fiscal chief presses for spending reform

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland’s legislative leaders are getting pressure to fix their approach to spending not just from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan but from their own top budget expert, Warren

Maryland budget myths with a counterpoint

Gov. Larry Hogan explains his budget proposal at a Jan. 7 press conference. Left is Lt. Gov Boyd Rutherford, on the right is Budget Secretary David Brinkley and fiscal

Maryland revenue estimates down for coming year

By Connor Glowacki Capital News Service The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates on Wednesday decided to write down state revenue estimates for fiscal 2016 and 2017 by approximately $51 million from

Procurement clash may be coming

Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford will head new commission on procurement, while the legislature already has proposed reform.By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com First, the good news: Gov. Larry Hogan last week created

Maryland Senate Committee discusses new ways to assess property taxes

By Jessica Campisi Capital News Service Instead of conducting a physical property inspection, the state would use satellite imagery and other technologies to assess home values, under a bill presented to

Larry Hogan’s $42 billion budget not causing much indigestion — yet

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Legislators and nonprofit groups are still digesting the $42.3 billion budget Gov. Larry Hogan submitted Wednesday. But there were few signs of indigestion over a proposal that

Maryland facing fiscal mess as Wall Street suffers more losses

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Tumbling oil prices, a bear market for stock and 401(k) investors and a sharp economic pullback in China and other developing countries could wreak havoc in

Did Maryland really save money on new standardized school tests?

Photo by mmole with Flickr Creative Commons License By Melody SimmonsFor Maryland Reporter.comThis fall, as Maryland schools enter a third year using the Common Core curriculum, state education leaders are

Hogan begins taming Maryland’s structural deficit

Gov. Larry Hogan high fives children at Earth Day tree planting. (Photo by Tom Nappi, Governor’s Office) Can Republican Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. tame Maryland’s long-standing structural budget deficit? Judging

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