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Gov. Hogan issues call for new developer to take over stalled State Center project in Baltimore

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Gov. Hogan issues call for new developer to take over stalled State Center project in Baltimore

Gov. Hogan issues call for new developer to take over stalled State Center project in Baltimore

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Larry Hogan on Thursday issued a call for developers interested in taking over the State Center project in West Baltimore, seeking to advance a project that has long been mired in delays and lawsuits.

(Jay Reed / Baltimore Sun video)

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