'No New Taxes, No Cuts To Services'; Gov. Hogan Outlines 2018 BudgetMaryland Governor Larry Hogan announced his fiscal year 2018 budget plan on Tuesday.
Budget Cuts Will Cause Tuition Hikes For Md. College StudentsStudents in the university system of Maryland will have to dig deeper next year. Budget cuts are forcing a tuition hike. Political reporter, Pat Warren, reports the state university system is tired to the state's finances.
Hogan Introduces Budget PlanBalance Today, Balance Tomorrow, that's Governor Larry Hogan's theme as he rolls out his plan for the fiscal year that starts in July.
Maryland General Assembly Prepares To Convene, Focus On Budget CutsBracing for bad news. The Maryland General Assembly will be sworn in Wednesday and already the focus is on possible budget cuts.
Hogan Speaks Out On Maryland Budget DeficitThe state faces a $1.2 billion shortfall, but as political reporter Pat Warren reports, Hogan is looking for ways to fix the deficit.
Hogan Seeks Solutions To Md. Budget ProblemHe's not in office yet, but Maryland's governor-elect, Larry Hogan, is already holding budget meetings. Pat Warren has details on the governor-elect's plan to get Maryland back on track.
Md. Senate Passes $38.7B BudgetThe Maryland General Assembly has given final approval to the state's $38.7 billion budget.
Budget Committee Pushes Back Film Company DebateLawmakers tasked with reconciling the House and Senate budgets have approved a first round of minor compromises. They are saving the toughest decisions for later this week.
With Recession Gone, Md. Senate Passes $37B BudgetWith finances improving in the aftermath of the recession, the Maryland Senate voted Wednesday for a nearly $37 billion budget that would boost education spending for some counties that have lost population and wealth and would provide a cost-of-living increase for state workers.
Md. Lawmakers Call On Governor Not To Raise TaxesSome Maryland lawmakers are calling on Governor Martin O'Malley not to raise taxes.
Budget Fight May Lead To Less Funding For Education, Police DepartmentsMillions of dollars are on the chopping block. Critical funding for Maryland's public schools and police departments is at risk if the state can't work through its budget mess.
O'Malley Says Officials Need To Be Open To TaxesGov. Martin O'Malley says Maryland must be open to raising new revenue to address the state's budget deficit next year.