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Less Medicaid spending, low interest rates buoy Maryland budget

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ANNAPOLIS ?-- Maryland officials can thank less spending on Medicaid and low interest rates for an improving budget, the legislature's fiscal guru said Tuesday. "I think the result is very agreeable," Warren Deschenaux, director of the Maryland General Assembly's Office of Policy Analysis, told The Washington Examiner. "They have been able to accomplish a variety of things in terms of reducing...

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