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Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said government funding probably won't cover the more than $2 billion price tag.
Data from 2009 reveals that students have long struggled with final exams in MCPS math courses.
The state's spending and advocacy for cyclists earned it a high ranking from the League of American Bicyclists.
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Superintendent Joshua Starr cautioned the school board against jumping to conclusions about numbers that show most high school students flunked their math finals last semester.
Advocates for free school breakfast programs say student achievement is linked to the availability of breakfast in schools.
An article on the company's website said business models in Montgomery and Prince George's are "strong."
'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.
A "nighttime economy" task force is just a fancy way for county officials to say they want Bethesda to be 'cooler' after dark.
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