The House of Delegates passed a bill Saturday that would give the Prince George's County executive an unprecedented responsibility for the county's troubled school system.
The legislation, approved after the House agreed to the Senate's rewrite of the original bill, now goes to Gov.
The bill, sought by County Executive
Opponents warned the partial takeover would set a precedent that could be followed by other county governments. But Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, who represents part of the county, and the county House and Senate delegations supported Baker.