$1.2B relief plan moves ahead, but counties fear a hit

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland 24 major political subdivisions could lose $180 million in revenue under provisions of Gov. Larry Hogan's pandemic aid bill. The potential for cuts to local government at a time when they are also struggling to keep up with the costs of a pandemic are cause for concern for local governments. "We hope we don’t see our ...

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