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Budget Secretary David Brinkley speaks to reporters after unveiling details of Gov. Larry Hogan’s nearly $42.2 billion budget for fiscal 2017, which represents an increase of about $1.8 billion from the current year. (Bryan P. Sears/The Daily Record)

$42 billion Md. budget released; battle begins (access required)

Tax relief and limited spending promoted but Democrats seek more details

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland electricity ratepayers could expect to see a small cut in fees under a plan that is part of Gov. Larry Hogan's proposed fiscal 2017 budget. The reduction is part of Hogan's nearly $42.2 billion budget for fiscal 2017, which represents an increase of about $1.8 billion over the current fiscal year. The $17.1 ...