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Hogan, in Potomac rather than Cleveland, announces funds for I-270

While much of his party gathered in Cleveland for the Republican National Convention, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan journeyed to deep-blue Montgomery County on Monday to announce an additional $100 million in state funding to ease traffic on chronically congested Interstate 270.

“There’s a convention?” Hogan quipped when asked about his decision not to attend the formal nomination of White House hopeful Donald Trump. “I’m focused on Maryland, like I said I would be. I have no interest in the convention. That’s why I’m not there.”

Hogan said the State Highway Administration is seeking bids for the I-270 Innovative Congestion Management Project. A selection will be made in February.

Read the full article from The Washington Post.


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