Maryland governor's last legislative agenda aims to cut taxes

The governor and state lawmakers have ambitious agendas when it comes to the legislative session, which will be Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's last as governor. Members of the Maryland General Assembly return Wednesday to Annapolis for their annual 90-day session. Democratic leaders haven't officially released a list of issues they plan to tackle, but they are expected to take up climate change, legalizing marijuana, reproductive health care and paid family leave. The governor is adding tax relief to the mix, proposing the largest tax relief package in state history.

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