Governor Will Not Release Additional Money to Fully Fund Education (VIDEO)
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan will allocate $68 million dollars into the pension fund, and he will not fully fund education in the state of Maryland.
Hogan said he was elected to “provide the fiscal discipline that Maryland taxpayers expect” on a news conference in Annapolis on May 14.
“Here are the facts,” Hogan said adding that at $60.1 billion dollars “we have invested more money in education than ever before in the history of our state.”
In this video, Hogan said protecting pensions is his responsibility.
“What we will not do is rob the pensions of Maryland citizens at the demand of special interest groups and politicians who repeatedly choose to just throw more and more money; more and more of our hard earn tax dollars at problems instead of actually focusing on finding real solutions, ” Hogan said.