As reported on WYPR, two of the largest state employee unions say they have yet to meet with Governor-elect Larry Hogan or his top officials as he drafts a budget that is likely to include big cuts.
Hogan won election promising to trim spending and cut taxes, and he has doubled down on that promise since. . . But the governor-elect has been coy about exactly where he’ll find the savings to plug the budget gap and still manage with decreased tax revenues. The dearth of details has many advocacy groups worried.
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