'Road Kill' compromise passes Maryland senate

After more than a year of squabbling between Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's office and legislative leaders over a new scoring system for state-funded transportation projects, the state Senate gave its unanimous approval Thursday to a compromise bill that delays implementation of the system for more than two years. There was no further debate over the bill, which now goes to the House of Delegates for consideration. The bill delays implementation of the system for two years and six months while a legislative panel compares how projects funded during that time would measure up. (Herald-Mail)

Read Full Article