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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

Road funding for Harford no reason for a party [Editorial]

Road funding for Harford no reason for a party [Editorial]

It's nice that Sen. Wayne Norman, who represents northern Harford and western Cecil counties, is able to pat Gov. Larry Hogan on the back for allocating $1.97 billion for road work across Maryland, but the senator needs to look beyond Republican Party fraternalism. Norman made a legitimate point last week when he pointed out that Hogan's funding plan for work on highways and bridges has been a long time coming. Hogan's predecessor, Gov. Martin O'Malley, did fall short on infrastructure funding, choosing to use money that was supposed to have been allocated to such projects on other things. "He's trying to fix up the infrastructure that O'Malley let fall...

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