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Governor Hogan Announces Additional Steps to Protect Marylanders From Coronavirus

Will Include $10 Million in Emergency Funding in Supplemental Budget, Details Statewide Preparedness Efforts Underway, Encourages Marylanders to Use 2-1-1 Hotline for Questions and Concerns, Discusses Coordinated Response with Vice President Pence ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today at the […]

Governor Hogan Announces Additional Steps to Protect Marylanders From Coronavirus

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Will Include $10 Million in Emergency Funding in Supplemental Budget, Details Statewide Preparedness Efforts Underway, Encourages Marylanders to Use 2-1-1 Hotline for Questions and Concerns, Discusses Coordinated Response with Vice President Pence ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today at the […]

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“The People of Maryland Are Not Going to Stand For That”: Governor Hogan on the Proposed Largest Tax Increase In State History

It Is A Tax on Working Families. It Is A Tax On Single Moms. … On Daycare, On Barbers, On Dog Walkers, On Landscapers.” ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a press conference today,

Hogan: Crime and political corruption are top priorities for new session

Gov. Larry Hogan' tells the media about his priorities for Maryland's 141st General Assembly, on Tuesday at the State House in Annapolis. Joining him are Chief Legislative Officer Keiffer

Hogan appoints Del. Sydnor to Senate

DEL. SYDNOR APPOINTED SENATOR: Republican Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday appointed Democratic Del. Charles Sydnor to become a state senator representing western parts of Baltimore County and of the city of

Annapolis Moves: Sen. Zirkin to resign; Del Cassilly joins Hogan

SEN. ZIRKIN TO RESIGN EFFECTIVE JAN. 1: State Sen. Bobby Zirkin, who has led the Maryland Senate’s high-profile justice committee for five years, is resigning from office. Zirkin, a Baltimore County

Maryland’s hasty child protection laws support state-sanctioned child abuse

The Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention provided a statement addressing Governor Hogan’s commitment to the prevention of human sex trafficking and the sex trafficking of minors.

Md. Inspector General for education: A junkyard dog that can’t bite

By Charlie Hayward For MarylandReporter.com  “The Junkyard Dog” says the sign prominently displayed above the entrance to the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s cafeteria in Washington. It’s intended as a daily, and

A third Bay Bridge is one too many, analysts say

Chesapeake Bay Bridge panorama by Peter Peretz with Flickr Creative Commons License The following column ran in the October issue of The Business Monthly, a newspaper serving Howard and western

The current state of online sports betting in Maryland

Unfortunately, online sports betting has not yet been legalized in Maryland. However, things are moving in a positive direction. Major progress was made in this regard in the year

Fighting with legislature over Maryland’s future a priority for Hogan’s second term

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The fifth annual speech to Maryland Business for Responsive Government was billed as a chance for Gov. Larry Hogan to lay out his “second-term priorities” on fighting

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