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Hogan criticizes O'Malley for 'last-minute' actions
Hogan criticizes O'Malley for 'last-minute' actions

Republican Gov.-elect Larry Hogan criticized Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley on Tuesday for proposing new rules and regulations in the final weeks of his administration, and said he would review and possibly try to reverse them. In a news conference called to announce new members of his transition team — including prominent Democrats — Hogan complained that O'Malley had proposed 32 new regulations since Election Day. He said he would look at every one of them after he takes office Jan. 21. "I don't really believe in making all of these last-minute, midnight decisions and trying to sneak things in at the end," Hogan said. It "is not the way...

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