Poll shows Maryland residents back education but leery of higher taxes

Marylanders support the goals of  a plan to overhaul public education in the state but remain concerned about the how to cover the associated $4 billion annual costs, according to a new poll released Monday. The results come as lawmakers and the governor are bitterly divided over the Kirwan Commission recommendations on education programs. The Democratic ...

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