Scott Invites Hogan To Baltimore After Governor Calls For "Comprehensive Update" On City's Violent Crime PlanIn a letter addressed to Scott, the governor referenced a February meeting with the mayor in which Scott laid out his plan to battle Baltimore's sustained violent crime problem.
Maryland To Send $5M Medical Aid Package To UkraineGov. Hogan said the plan developed after he spoke two weeks ago with the Mayor of Odesa, a major Ukrainian port city with a long-standing sister city relationship with Baltimore.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Vetoes And Bills He Won't SignThe General Assembly needs a three-fifths vote in both houses to override a veto.
Maryland Seeks Solutions For Ship Stuck In Chesapeake BayRescue efforts are being coordinated by the United States Coast Guard, with support from state agencies.
Maryland Paid Family Leave Program Bill Passed To GovernorThe measure also includes job protections to protect employees from retaliation or termination for using the leave.
Hogan Endorses Thiru Vignarajah For Baltimore City State's AttorneyIt is the first time Gov. Hogan, a Republican, has endorsed a Democratic candidate.
Bill Banning Ghost Guns In Maryland Passes In HouseGhost guns are unregistered guns that are easily ordered on the internet, easily assembled at home and impossible to trace.
Hogan Submits $2.8B Supplemental Budget For Police, Cybersecurity, Infrastructure & Public HealthThe supplemental budget addresses issues across the state but it notably addresses public safety issues in Baltimore, which has been a priority for Hogan as the city struggles with violent crime.
Residents React After Hogan Announces $45 Million To Battle Baltimore CrimeAt the scene of the most recent mass shooting in the city, the intersection of Liberty Heights Avenue and Gwynn Oak Avenue, there are mixed reactions on the plan for the money.
During CNN Appearance, Hogan Calls For Americans To Continue Support Of UkraineGov. Larry Hogan appeared on CNN Tuesday morning after ending a sister-state relationship with the Leningrad Oblast in Russia to show support for Ukraine.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 4,000 New Cases As Hospitalizations & Positivity SlideA little more than 3,000 Marylanders are hospitalized with COVID-19 as hospitalizations and the statewide positivity rate continue to dip, according to data released Wednesday by the state Department of Health.
Maryland Will Provide Another $50M To Child Care Providers For COVID-Related Expenses, Hogan SaysMaryland will provide $50 million in grants to child care providers to cover costs associated with the pandemic, Gov. Larry Hogan said on Monday.
Gov. Hogan Announces 1M COVID-19 Tests Completed In Public Schools Since AugustGov. Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday that Maryland conducted more than one million free COVID-19 tests for Maryland students and staff since August.
Maryland Joins Federal Program Pledging To Reduce State Government's Greenhouse Gases By 50%Maryland has joined the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Climate Challenge, pledging to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from state government operations by at least 50% within 10 years, Gov. Larry Hogan said.
Crash Responder Safety Week Urges Motorists To Slow Down Approaching Traffic IncidentsIn an effort to protect first responders at accident scenes, Gov. Larry Hogan has declared Nov. 8 to 14 as Crash Responder Safety Week in Maryland.