Md. budget with added education funds advances

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland would begin investing in a 10-year blueprint to improve public schools, using an education spending bump endorsed Wednesday by the House of Delegates for the coming fiscal year. The House gave preliminary approval to a $46.7 billion budget along with legislation to balance the state's books. Lawmakers opted to boost education funding in a ...

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