Republican Gov. Larry Hogan proposed a budget compromise on Saturday that restores a significant portion of funding for education, state employee pay and health programs sought by the Democratic-led Legislature, but it's unclear whether lawmakers have the will or ability to pass some of Hogan's legislative initiatives tied to the deal with time running out on the legislative session.
Hogan made the proposal in a meeting with Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Busch. The session is scheduled to end midnight Monday.
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