State Roundup, March 14, 2016

Bill that would have fined police involved with ‘rough rides’ killed in committee; Gov. Hogan blasts big spenders — but they happen to be Republican; replacement of 76-year-old Nice Bridge might have to wait another 30 years; Hogan wants some Key Bridge tolls cut but doesn’t send a rep to testify; lawmakers restore key provisions to ignition lock bill; lawmakers eye ending juvenile shackling; Open Meetings Law update proposed; U.S. Rep. Edwards takes lead over Van Hollen in new poll; and guests of Chris Matthews show donate to wife’s campaign.