State Roundup, August 4, 2016

Amid lagging revenue projections, Gov. Hogan withholds $80 million in authorized spending; citing contentious transportation scoring law, state gives jurisdictions two weeks to submit new data on projects; GOP snubs Urban League convention in Baltimore for 2nd presidential election in row; Montgomery County police unveil study that says they don’t over use Tasers, drawing criticism from civil rights activists; and state tackles bear-caused crop losses in Garrett.