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50 years ago in Maryland history

50 years ago in Maryland history

Events and people that shaped Maryland from 50 years ago, in 1966: 

•The second Bay Bridge was authorized by the General Assembly but defeated in a referendum. The next year, the act was quickly passed by the General Assembly and signed into by Gov. Spiro T. Agnew. Construction began in 1967 and the span opened to traffic in June 1973.

•Republican Agnew beat Democrat George Mahoney in an ugly campaign for the governorship that included charges of racism on both sides.

•The University of Maryland campus in Baltimore County opened. On Sept. 19, UMBC's first...