Lt. Gov. Brown leading state’s effort to make public-private partnerships common

ANNAPOLIS — As lawmakers prepare to consider tax hikes to pay for transportation projects, Maryland’s lieutenant governor is directing an effort to pump private dollars directly into state roads, bridges and rail lines and the port and airport. The administration’s General Assembly agenda, heavy on bills and spending designed to spur construction hiring, includes legislation that ...

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