Amid acrimony, Hogan still praises bipartisan cooperation

Gov. Larry Hogan ended his first 90-day General Assembly session praising the Democratic controlled legislature for working in a bipartisan fashion. "We had ins and outs here and there but overall we accomplished things in a bipartisan fashion," Hogan said minutes before both the House and Senate closed out the 2015 session. The governor's words come even as those same lawmakers left Hogan with a budget compromise he didn't want, passed heavily amended versions of his legislative priorities and finally passed a bill that many legislators hope will force Hogan to fully fund a non-mandatory education funding formula.

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