In his third State of the State address, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan spoke of a need for bipartisanship in Annapolis and pressed the Democratic-controlled General Assembly to approve his most ambitious legislative agenda yet.
In the roughly 30-minute speech, he bypassed any mention of the political division roiling the country since the election of President Donald J. Trump. Instead, the popular moderate — who is frequently at odds with Maryland's legislative leaders — focused on state policy.
He said in the last two years he had "chosen action over apathy," and delivered on the "unifying promise of bipartisan change."
"We have already...