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DLS suggests $21.2M cut to Judiciary’s budget request

ANNAPOLIS – The General Assembly’s auditing arm has recommended that lawmakers slash $21.2 million from the Maryland Judiciary’s $549 million budget request next fiscal year over the objections of Maryland’s top jurist. The Department of Legislative Services’ suggested cuts include an $8.7 million reduction for the Judiciary's travel, publications, building maintenance and postage and a $1.3 ...

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