If there was ever a question that he would run, all you have to do is look at the scene he’s setting.
Gov. Larry Hogan is leaving on a trade trip to Asia.
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed three members to the State Open Meetings Law Compliance Board.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says he respects the verdict of the jury in the Boston Marathon bombing case but remains opposed to the death penalty and considers it “ineffective.”
West Baltimore, the center of recent unrest, is also home to large numbers of ex-offenders who want the governor to sign a bill restoring the right to vote immediately after release.
Current and former Ravens players were out in the community Thursday supporting the city.
Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to sign into law nine bills dealing with public safety and law enforcement, including one that will require police to give information about in-custody deaths to a state office.
Taking the pressure. Governor Hogan says he won’t be swayed by lawmakers and educators urging him to give additional money to districts where it costs more to operate schools.
This may be the biggest policy disagreement between the governor and the General Assembly this year.
O’Malley appeared on Face the Nation Sunday.
A new budget deal for Maryland provokes some controversy. Powerful political leaders engage in a battle of wills over cuts made by the governor. And the battle does not appear to be over.
Gov. Larry Hogan says he plans to sign a measure aimed at doing more to prevent foster care children from being returned to abusive biological parents.