March 23, 1997
Annapolis notes Lawmakers cram work at the end ANNAPOLIS - It happens every year. With two weeks left in the Maryland General Assembly's annual 90-day session, most of the work is still left to be done. So like a college student staying up all night before a physics exam, lawmakers will cram some of the state's biggest decisions into a flurry of activity during the next 14 days. Still out there for legislators to decide on is the state budget, a tax cut plan and the so-called Smart Growth plan aimed at curbing suburban sprawl.