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  • Hogan names ex-GOP Senate leader as budget chief

    Hogan names ex-GOP Senate leader as budget chief
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan named a veteran Republican lawmaker to the vital position of budget chief Thursday and promised to lay out his entire budget plan the day after he takes office Wednesday. Thatmeans he will unveil his expected program of budget...
  • 'Just' a small businessman, Hogan bringing a new style to State House

    'Just' a small businessman, Hogan bringing a new style to State House
    The adjective Gov.-elect Larry Hogan applies to himself most often is "just" — "just" a small businessman, "just" a regular guy, "just" someone who was fed up with politics and wanted to make a difference. As Hogan, 58, is inaugurated Wednesday as...
  • Hogan unveils budget with continued 2 percent cuts to agencies

    Hogan unveils budget with continued 2 percent cuts to agencies
    Gov. Larry Hogan proposed sustained state funding for K-12 education but an across-the-board cut to state agencies in his much-anticipated spending plan released Thursday. Maryland's new Republican governor said his budget cuts - which affect Medicaid...
  • Hogan budget would cut state worker pay, city school aid

    Hogan budget would cut state worker pay, city school aid
    Gov. Larry Hogan outlined a budget plan Thursday that would cut school aid to Baltimore and state workers' pay but preserve — at least for now — funding for two light rail lines. The new Republican governor said his budget — with...
  • Hogan plan would cut budgets for years to come

    Hogan plan would cut budgets for years to come
    Beyond spending cuts for next year, Gov. Larry Hogan is asking the General Assembly for an array of permanent, long-term budget reductions — for public schools, private colleges, libraries and economic development aid for farmers. The sweeping...
  • Zirkin named to head Senate Judicial Proceedings panel

    Zirkin named to head Senate Judicial Proceedings panel
    Sen. Bobby Zirkin, who cast the pivotal vote in the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee to repeal Maryland's death penalty, will take over the chairmanship of that panel, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller announced Wednesday. Zirkin, a...
  • Hogan to propose 'rain tax' repeal in first legislative package

    Hogan to propose 'rain tax' repeal in  first legislative package
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan will propose legislation to repeal the storm water remediation fee derided by Republicans as the "rain tax" in his first legislative package next year, his transition team confirmed Wednesday. The decision, reported on Twitter...
  • Hogan, Brown set bipartisan tone at Assembly opening

    Hogan, Brown set bipartisan tone at Assembly opening
    Larry Hogan and Anthony Brown had few kind words for each other as they vied last year to become Maryland's next governor. But on Wednesday, the Republican governor-elect and the vanquished Democratic lieutenant governor stood side by side in the...
  • Bipartisanship on parade

    Bipartisanship on parade
    "Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God," Del. Samuel I. "Sandy" Rosenberg said, quoting Jesus from Matthew 5:9, in the opening invocation of this year's House of Delegates session. It was something of the theme of the...
  • Budget likely to dominate otherwise unpredictable session

    Budget likely to dominate otherwise unpredictable session
    One thing's certain about the General Assembly session that opens Wednesday: It will feature a budget fight. Otherwise, the 435th session of Maryland's legislature is unpredictable. Gov.-elect Larry Hogan has been singularly focused on state spending,...
  • Governor's race was the Democrats' to lose — and they did

    Governor's race was the Democrats' to lose — and they did
    I hope in his inaugural address Larry Hogan gives thanks to his predecessor, Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley, as well as to the Democratic-controlled legislature for their great help in getting him elected. In my more than 64 years of voting and...