Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has released an outline of a plan aimed at growing Maryland's economy if he becomes governor.
Brown, who is running in the Democratic primary for governor, released the five-point plan on Tuesday.
At the top of the list is using innovative financing to pay for infrastructure. Brown led an effort to better define public-private partnerships in the state last year.
The plan also focuses on improving education and training for jobs in high demand. Other parts of the plan include working to grow the small and entrepreneurial business community and creating a more transparent government.
Brown also says he wants to create a commission to study tax reform.