Emmet Davitt announced Tuesday he has notified Gov. Larry Hogan in a letter about his plans to retire in August.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan did not affirm that he will run for national office in 2020, but he is positive on the odds of sports gambling coming to the state.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s criticism of Washington’s divisive politics during his inaugural speech has generated some buzz about whether he might seek national office, but the Republican says he’s not making any plans to end his second term early.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan already announced some initiatives he’s including in the budget. For example, he already has announced about $248 million in general funds for prevention and treatment of drug addiction. That’s a 20 percent increase over the amount in the last budget to fight drug addiction.
Hogan emphasized bipartisanship on Wednesday in his second inaugural address and contrasted civil debate in Annapolis with the partisan rancor in nearby Washington.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will be sworn in Wednesday on the grounds of the Maryland State House. He’s the first Republican governor in Maryland to win re-election since 1954.
From Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 302 petitions have been filed across the state, with Anne Arundel, Harford and Baltimore counties having the most orders, said Montgomery County Sheriff Darren Popkin.
In theory, elected officials in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties have 9 billion reasons to get behind the Hogan administration’s efforts to ease traffic congestion in the notoriously traffic-plagued capital region. So far, it isn’t working out that way.
Bush will introduce Hogan at Wednesday’s inauguration on the northwest lawn of the Maryland State House in Annapolis, Maryland.
The poll from Gonzales Research & Media Services, which included 809 registered voters in Maryland who said they regularly voted in general elections, found that 77 percent of those surveyed approved of Hogan’s tenure as governor, while 18 percent disapproved.
The Transportation Climate Accountability Act of 2019 would require a comprehensive study of the anticipated greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution of any state-funded highway project or a project being built through a public-private partnership.
In the letter sent to President Donald Trump and leaders of the U.S. House and Senate, Maryland’s Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, Virginia’s Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam and D.C.’s Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser blamed a failure of leadership for the shutdown.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday the designation of 149 struggling neighborhoods where federal dollars would be used to encourage investment in job creation, to be called “opportunity zones.”
Hogan outlined plans to allocate about $56.5 million to workforce development to expand Maryland’s Opportunity Zone program. The initiatives he announced Tuesday are designed to work with the federal Opportunity Zone program, which will provide tax incentives over the next decade.
Whether he appreciates it or not, Maryland’s governor is hitching his wagon to an enterprise — the Redskins — that is in full-fledged crisis mode. Will it work for him?
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.