WASHINGTON — The Maryland Capital Debt Affordability Committee approved $150 million in additional state bond authority Monday, drawing a fiery protest from the state comptroller.

“This is a complete contradiction of everything we’re being told about the economy,” Comptroller Peter Franchot said after the meeting. “It just shows what’s wrong with government.”

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