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Report: Montgomery school funding jeopardizes rest of county

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The cost of funding Montgomery County's public schools is expected to grow at the same rate as the county's revenue, about 2 percent each year for the next five years, stunting the growth of every other county agency unless lawmakers find other sources of money. A report from the county's Office of Legislative Oversight, released Tuesday, pegged a recently tightened Maryland law that requires...

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