In his "State of the State" address Wednesday, Gov. Larry Hogan said he has improved Maryland's financial picture. Here's how what the governor said stacks up against the facts.
TAXES AND FEES
What Hogan said: "Marylanders are demanding relief from years of crippling tax and fee hikes. We are already delivering $600 million back into the pockets of Maryland's taxpayers."
Analysis: The governor's office got to the $600 million figure by counting $270 million from toll reductions, $51 million in reductions of various fees, $3 million in