Citing fiscal concerns, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan (R) announced Friday that he will not sign the complementary bill to the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, the multi-billion-dollar education reform plan that was enacted into law this year. But the new legislation, known informally as “Kirwan 2.0,” will go into law without Hogan’s signature — and the governor wants the legislature to revisit the measure next year to figure out how to pay for it.
Hogan Allows ‘Kirwan 2.0’ to Become Law Without His Signature
April 5, 2021