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With budget cuts, state board scraps contested plan for AG’s office to take on street crime in Baltimore

As part of $413 million in budget cuts caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the state Board of Public Works has scrapped plans to expand the Maryland attorney general’s office by adding a unit to prosecute street crime in Baltimore.

Source: The Baltimore Sun Politics Section State of Maryland

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