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Montgomery County Council meets most Tuesdays in Rockville.
'People,' 'testified' and 'college' also were big in Nancy Navarro's budget statement.
High-profile Maryland bills on firearms and funding state transportation projects became law.
The plan includes tax increase, more cops in schools and more food resources for the poor.
The website, data.maryland.gov, is a movement toward "information-age governing," Gov. Martin O'Malley said.
An outside company tallied the rate of job growth at 3.9 percent from 2010 to 2012, according to a report from county government.
The bill signing will be live-streamed over the Internet.
Councilman Philip Andrews, a vocal opponent of the raises, was the only dissenting vote.
Government, Going Green
Four Montgomery County Council members agreed that the one-year-old tax was not appropriate for non-food businesses.
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