Spending ‘mandates’ may drive Md. legislative session’s budget debate

Concerns over budget deficits driven by hundreds of millions in lower-than-expected revenues has some lawmakers and Gov. Larry Hogan hoping this is the year the General Assembly will consider reforms to mandated state spending. Lawmakers and the first-term governor will enter their third session together in about a week. Staring them in the face will be ...

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