The supplemental budget proposed by Gov. Martin O'Malley for fiscal year 2014 includes money for Maryland colleges, a new "Gun Center" and the Towson baseball team, but not much particularly for Anne Arundel County, according to The Maryland Gazette. The gun center would help police enforce new gun laws.
The $222 million supplementary budget also provides $125,000 for academic research of medical marijuana and sets aside $10 million to offset the effects of federal sequestration on the state, according to the report.
This comes as Anne Arundel County Community College is increasing tuition to make up for a budget deficit, while the county's libraries are closing early to reduce hours, reports The Gazette.
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