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Hogan administration eyes rainy day fund to avert deep cuts — for now (access required)

Maryland Budget Secretary David Brinkley told the Board of Public Works that the state could rely on savings from hiring and spending freezes as well as the state's rainy day fund to cover this fiscal year's revenue shortfalls driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, some $121 million in cuts approved by the three-member panel ...

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