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Bashing Baltimore and the ‘radical left,’ Gov. Hogan pitches $150 million boost in Maryland public safety spending

The governor’s budget proposal would boost state funding for local law enforcement, spend more on raises and bonuses for state police agencies, set aside money to pay for body cameras and training for officers and use state funds to double Crime Stoppers rewards for tips that lead to arrests


Source: The Baltimore Sun Politics Section State of Maryland

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