Maryland lawmakers continued to advance Gov. Larry Hogan's budget proposals Tuesday.
The House of Delegates gave preliminary approval to the governor's $42 billion operating budget, a version of which was already was approved by the state Senate.
Meanwhile, the Senate gave preliminary approval to the state's capital budget, which pays for construction projects across the state.
Once the Senate approves the capital budget, it will move to the House for consideration.
Because both chambers are making adjustments to the budget bills, the differences will need to worked out in conference committees.