State Budget Loses $413 Million, And Governor Warns More Cuts Are Likely
The Maryland Board of Public Works cut $413 million from the state budget during its meeting Wednesday. Gov. Larry Hogan — one of the board’s three members — said the cuts are necessary because the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on state revenues. It's part of his plan to cut $1.45 billion from the budget overall.
WYPR’s Rachel Baye joins Nathan Sterner to discuss what the budget cuts mean.