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ANNAPOLIS -- The Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to Gov. Martin O'Malley's nearly $37 billion budget, agreeing to amendments that make about $420 million in cuts. The budget could be voted on by the House as soon as Thursday. The budget still increases overall spending by $1.26 billion over the previous budget. It increases funding for education and local...

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