Maryland is dealing with another revenue shortfall and a budget that must be trimmed to make the state’s books balance. Yet to hear Gov. Larry Hogan tell it there’s no revenue problem –only “a spending problem” caused by Democrats in the General Assembly. Let’s get the facts straight on this one: If there’s a problem with spending the buck stops on Hogan’s gubernatorial desk, writes columnist Barry Rascovar. Editor Len Lazarick offers a counterpoint on four key issues.