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Hogan, Rawlings-Blake meet over dinner, discuss Red Line, State Center
Hogan, Rawlings-Blake meet over dinner, discuss Red Line, State Center

Gov.-elect Larry Hogan and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake dined at Johnny's in Roland Park on Monday evening — the latest of the Republican's efforts to reach across the aisle to the state's leading Democrats. It was the first time the incoming Republican governor and the Democratic mayor of Maryland's largest city have met in person. During the meeting, Rawlings-Blake said, she discussed the importance of the Red Line light rail and State Center projects to Baltimore — both of which could be on the chopping block as Hogan looks to cut the state budget, which is facing a $1.2 billion shortfall. "Every jurisdiction is trying not to be the...

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