Maryland AG Brian Frosh Criticizes Gov. Hogan's Plans For In-Person ElectionMaryland’s attorney general warned Friday of “devastating consequences” if all eligible voters are not directly sent ballots to mail in for November's election due to safety concerns about the coronavirus.
'It Can Turn On A Dime' | Maryland Health Officials Urge Residents To Get Tested For COVID-19 As More Sites OpenState leaders say Maryland has reached a critical milestone by testing at least 10 percent of the population for COVID-19, but health officials across the state are not letting up.
Gov. Hogan Says The Washington Redskins Name 'Probably Should Be Changed'Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday he believes the name of Washington’s professional football team “probably should be changed," though he supported the team's name when he ran for governor in 2014.
Larry Hogan 2024? Too Early To Speculate On Possible White House Bid, Political Scientist SaysGov. Larry Hogan has started a publicity tour for his new book, which is set for release later this month.
Health Officials Urge Marylanders Returning From Out Of State To Get COVID-19 TestThe United States has now surpassed the three million mark for confirmed COVID-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
While Protesters Celebrate Christopher Columbus Statue Being Thrown Into The Harbor, Police Asked To Arrest Those Who Tore It DownGov. Larry Hogan said called destruction and vandalism of public property "completely unacceptable,"
Gov. Hogan Announces $190M In Federal Aid For COVID-19 ReliefMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has outlined $190 million in federal COVID-19 relief for small businesses, higher education and nonprofit organizations.
Maryland Comptroller To Oppose $205M In Proposed Budget CutsThe financial fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting the state’s budget in a big way.
Gov. Hogan Extends Emergency Order Prohibiting Utility Shutoffs, Residential Late Fees To August 1Gov. Larry Hogan signed an emergency order extending the prohibition of utility shutoff and residential late fees to August 1.
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Maryland's Ban On Bump StocksA federal appeals court on Monday upheld Maryland's ban on bump stocks and other devices that make guns fire faster, a state law that preceded a nationwide ban.
Gov. Hogan Announces $30M In Funding For Eviction Prevention AssistanceGov. Larry Hogan announced Friday the commitment of $30 million in new funding to prevent evictions in an effort to help Marylanders affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland Board Set To Take Up State Budget Cuts Next WeekA Maryland board is considering more than $672 million in state budget cuts in response to the impact of the coronavirus on the state budget as part of a budget-balancing plan unveiled Friday by Gov. Larry Hogan's administration that totals about $1.45 billion.
Maryland Has Distributed More Than 50M Units Of PPE, Gov. Hogan SaysMaryland has now distributed more than 50 million units of personal protective equipment to hospitals, state agencies, local health departments and front line workers, Governor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday.
Gov. Hogan Announces Charles Glass As Director Of Maryland Environmental ServiceGov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday he has appointed Charles Glass as the Director of Maryland Environmental Service.
Gov. Hogan Issues Proclamation Recognizing June 19 As Juneteenth DayGov. Larry Hogan has proclaimed June 19 as Juneteenth Day, to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved African Americans and "celebrate the triumph of the human spirit over the cruelty of slavery," he said in a tweet Thursday.