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Hogan focuses on bipartisanship, state issues in annual address to Maryland General Assembly

Hogan focuses on bipartisanship, state issues in annual address to Maryland General Assembly

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...

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