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Funding dispute stirs uncertainty of major Prince George’s hospital project

A funding dispute between Maryland Democrats and Gov. Larry Hogan could threaten the viability of a long-planned regional hospital complex that is supposed to improve health care and spur economic development in Prince George’s County, officials involved with the project say.

For the second year in a row, Hogan (R) has ignored a request for a $15 million operating subsidy for the county’s main hospital, which is being jointly run by Dimensions Healthcare and the University of Maryland Medical System as a precursor to the more expansive teaching facility.

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