Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said unequivocally Thursday he would veto a just-passed bill that would require his administration to publicly evaluate transportation projects it funded.
"Yes," Hogan said when asked about his veto plans at an event in Severn.
The promise assures another veto override fight is looming in the General Assembly. The Senate and House gave final approval to the bill several hours after Hogan spoke. The margins in both houses indicate that Democratic leaders will be able to override a veto if all of their members are present.
Hogan and fellow Republicans in the legislature see the bill as a power grab by Democrats, whom the governor has...