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  • Busch, Miller dismiss Hogan tweet boasting of winning their districts

    Busch, Miller dismiss Hogan tweet boasting of winning their districts
    The General Assembly's two top leaders dismissed a Twitter message from Gov. Larry Hogan's camp boasting of having won their districts in last year's election, saying Thursday that they took it in stride even as their staff members expressed outrage....
  • AP Interview: Hogan says budget 'a long way' from resolved

    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that he is concerned about how his legislative agenda and Maryland budget measures are progressing, as the Democratic-led Legislature enters the last week of its annual session. Hogan said he was elected in...
  • Rain tax still isn't justified

    Rain tax still isn't justified
    Regarding The Sun's editorial on the stormwater management fee ("Carroll talks sense on stormwater," April 3), let's first explain Gov. Larry Hogan's position in my opinion. He proposed to get rid of the "rain tax," the legislature voted that down and...
  • Amid controversy, Hogan administration calls request for Indiana travel ban a 'stunt'

    Amid controversy, Hogan administration calls request for Indiana travel ban a 'stunt'
    A  spokesman for Republican Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday called a gay lawmaker's request for a ban on state-funded travel to Indiana a "political stunt." Democratic Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr. called for the ban in response to an Indiana law that...
  • Charter school roadblock

    Charter school roadblock
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan campaigned on a pledge to increase the number of charter schools in the state, which currently has one of the most restrictive charter school laws in the nation. By making charter schools easier to open and operate in Maryland,...
  • What to expect in Annapolis this week

    What to expect in Annapolis this week
    The Maryland Senate and House of Delegates are expected to conference this week on the one thing they are required to do by the Maryland Constitution — pass a balanced budget. Budget conferences are sometimes dramatic, sometimes not. It depends on...
  • Md. Democrats offer ruinous agenda

    Md. Democrats offer ruinous agenda
    I wonder where the rulers in the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates are going to get the money to fund what Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller described as the Democratic agenda ("Senate panel rewrites Hogan's charter school law," March 26)? I...
  • Senate panel rejects gas tax cut, other Hogan proposals

    Senate panel rejects gas tax cut, other Hogan proposals
    A Senate committee cut a swath through Gov. Larry Hogan's first-year legislative agenda Friday as it said no to several of his flagship initiatives, including a halt to increases in the gas tax. In a voting session that lasted less than an hour, the...
  • Senate panel rewrites Hogan's charter school law

    Senate panel rewrites Hogan's charter school law
    A key state Senate panel spent Wednesday dismantling Gov. Larry Hogan's bill to expand charter schools, redrafting it to allow for only small changes to Maryland's program for alternative schools. Democratic senators on the Education, Health &...
  • Miller rules out proposed Hogan tax cuts this year

    Miller rules out proposed Hogan tax cuts this year
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller predicted Friday that the General Assembly would not approve any of the tax cuts proposed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan this year, saying the state's priorities must be balancing the budget and providing adequate...
  • Confirmation of Hogan's higher ed nominee in doubt

    Confirmation of Hogan's higher ed nominee in doubt
    Gov. Larry Hogan's nomination of Jennie C. Hunter-Cevera to be Maryland's secretary of higher education has run into trouble in the General Assembly. A key Senate committee has twice postponed votes on Hunter-Cevera's nomination to review complaints...