4-17-12: Doomsday Details

April 17, 2012 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

In one of his many media appearances since the a budget and tax agreement collapsed in the closing minutes of the General Assembly, Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley said, “We hope to get it back on track.  We may or may not.  It could well be, if the two houses are not able to reach a consensus, then school boards and counties may have to live with those deep cuts.”

There’s still no word on whether Gov. O’Malley will call the legislature back into session.  What will happen if the current budget stands? Today Sheilah asks the legislature’s top fiscal analyst, Warren Deschenaux, director of the Office of Policy Analysis.

Eloise Foster, Secretary of Budget and Management, sent this memo to secretaries and agency heads regarding the budget.

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