Maryland Revenues Will Come In $53M Less Than ProjectedThe Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates voted Wednesday to reduce the state's revenue projections for fiscal year 2018 by $53 million -- a 0.3 percent decrease from previous estimates.
Hogan Vows To Follow Through On Tax CutsGovernor-elect Larry Hogan vows to follow through on his plans to push for tax relief.
Panel: Cap Md. Budget Growth To 4 PercentA Maryland legislative panel is scheduled to make state spending recommendations for the next fiscal year.
Maryland Zoo In Baltimore Counts More Than 400,000 VisitorsThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has set a visitor milestone for the second year in a row.
Md. Nets 27.6 Percent More In Gambling RevenueThe opening of Maryland's largest casino went a long way to helping the state net nearly $830 million in lottery and casino revenues in the last fiscal year -- a 27.6 percent increase from the previous one.
O'Malley Announces $336M For School ConstructionMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration says $336 million in school construction funding and upgrades will be in the budget for the next fiscal year.
Analyst: Md. Budget In Better Shape This YearA top analyst says Maryland's budget for the next fiscal year is in better shape than in recent years.
Md. Panel Recommends Raising Debt Limit $150MA Maryland panel has recommended raising the state's debt limit by $150 million in the next fiscal year.
Maryland Revenues Higher Than ExpectedMaryland has ended fiscal year 2012 with nearly $230 million more than expected.
Md. Lottery Says It Breaks Record For 15th YearThe Maryland Lottery says it raised a record amount of money for the state in the last fiscal year for the 15th straight year.
Prince George's Budget Boosts Spending On SchoolsThe Prince George's County Council has adopted a $2.7 billion budget that increases spending on schools and includes bonuses for county employees.
Salisbury Takes Steps To Retain Police OfficersThe city of Salisbury is hoping to retain police officers by reducing the time it takes for them to move up in ranks.

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