WASHINGTON — Several Maryland legislators are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would allow the state to obtain voter approval of transportation projects and their proposed funding, after the lawmakers failed to raise gasoline taxes earlier this year.

The proposed amendment, titled “End the Gridlock” by its sponsors, didn’t come up in the special August session of the General Assembly called by Gov. Martin O’Malley.

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