WASHINGTON — Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley yesterday released a proposal for the state’s fiscal 2011 budget that would reduce reserve fund contributions and increase public debt by 7.1% over fiscal 2010.

The state expects to issue $916.5 million of general obligation bonds in fiscal 2011, consistent with the capital debt affordability committee’s December recommendation, a spokesperson for the governor said yesterday.

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