Maryland House approves $2.2 billion for school construction

ANNAPOLIS — School construction funding in Maryland would increase by $2.2 billion over five years, under a measure approved by the House of Delegates on Friday. The House approved the measure on a bipartisan 128-6 vote. The measure, which is called the Built to Learn Act, now goes to the Senate, where leaders in that chamber ...

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