Saturday, January 21, 2012

Budget Ups Funds for Md. Disabilities Agency

Hope this passes, because what happened before should never happen again. Just horrific.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- After a rocky six months for the Developmental Disabilities Administration, Gov. Martin O’Malley’s fiscal year 2013 budget proposal increases funding by about $31 million and creates a new fund so unspent money will stay in the agency.
Health Secretary Joshua Sharfstein and Developmental Disabilities Administration Director Thomas Frank Kirkland sent a letter detailing the agency’s budget initiatives to all members of the General Assembly on Wednesday morning, soon after O’Malley shared his budget proposal.

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