Bills Designed To Combat Violent Crime Introduced In Maryland General AssemblyGov. Larry Hogan on Monday announced the introduction of four bills aimed at combating violent crime in Baltimore and statewide.
Hogan Remains Second-Most Popular Governor Despite Slight Approval Rating DipDespite a slight dip in his approval rating, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan remains the second-most popular governor in the United States, a new Morning Consult survey found.
Maryland Senator Calls Greenhouse Gas Plan 'Truly Vague'A draft plan from Gov. Larry Hogan's administration to cut Maryland greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2030 is “truly vague,” a leading state senator said Thursday over the administration's assertions that the plan was on track to meeting its goal.
At Least 5 Shot In Baltimore As Governor Hogan Announces Millions In Funding To Combat CrimeFour people were shot within a five-hour period in Baltimore on Tuesday.
Hogan's State Budget Proposal Includes More Than $7B For K-12 EducationGov. Larry Hogan's proposed state budget announced on Tuesday includes more than $7 billion in funding for K-12 education, an amount he called historically high but that falls well short of the recommendation from a state panel.
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball Agrees To Let Refugees Be Resettled In CountyHoward County Executive Calvin Ball Friday said he will allow the federal government to resettle refugees in the county through a State Department resettlement program.
Hogan, Franchot Reach Deal To Ease Congestion On I-270, I-495Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and the state's comptroller have reached a deal needed to move forward with a public-private partnership on to ease traffic congestion around the nation's capital.
Hogan Appoints New Members To UMMS BoardGov. Larry Hogan Monday announced several new appointments to the University of Maryland Medical System's board of directors.
Gov. Larry Hogan Urging President Trump To Stop Firm From Fishing In Chesapeake BayGovernors in nine states along the Atlantic coast are urging the Trump Administration to stop a company that makes fish-oil supplements and other products from fishing in Virginia waters.
Hogan Proposes Bill To Allow More Local Oversight Of Struggling SchoolsThe Community and Local Accountability for Struggling Schools (CLASS) Act, based on a similar model from Massachusetts, is designed to increase accountability for under-performing schools, Hogan's office said.
Gov. Hogan Issues First Paroles For Juvenile LifersFor the first time in 24 years, individuals sentenced to life in a correctional facility for crimes they committed before turning 18 are being paroled by a Maryland governor.
Kirwan Commission OKs Education Funding Plan; Goes To LawmakersA Maryland commission on education has approved a plan to update the state’s funding formula to increase teacher pay and improve schools.
Supporters HBCUs Rally In Maryland's CapitalStudents and alumni from Maryland’s four historically black colleges rallied Wednesday for a resolution to a 13-year-old federal lawsuit over disparities in academic programs.
Maryland Sheriffs Call Out Montgomery Co. Exec Over 'Thin Blue Line' Flag ControversyA "Thin Blue Line" flag donated to the Montgomery County Police Department has stirred up a political back-and-forth after County Executive Marc Elrich told the department it could not display the flag because it's divisive.
Who Will Replace Rep. Elijah Cummings' Seat? Gov. Larry Hogan Must Announce Date For Special ElectionCongressman Elijah Cummings was laid to rest Friday. Now the focus turns to who will replace him.