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Maryland Explores Public-Private Partnerships

Maryland's legislature is considering a bill that would encourage state agencies to seek private partners on big government projects, including building and maintaining public facilities like roads, bridges, and schools. Supporters claim the bill will provide funding for projects the state can't afford. Critics worry it will lead to corruption in the awarding of contracts. We explore the potential implications of the expansion of public-private partnerships in Maryland.

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