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Gov. Hogan To Propose Budget Cuts

September 1st, 2017 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s administration will bring tens of millions of dollars in mid-year budget cuts to a state board next week, his budget chief said Thursday.  David Brinkley, the governor’s budget secretary, said the actions are being taken to start addressing an estimated $742 million shortfall in the next fiscal year.    The shortfall is not unexpected. State budget analysts projected it in a report earlier this summer. Governor Hogan said the proposed reductions shouldn’t come as a surprise..

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