For months, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has mostly avoided the political storm raging in the nation’s capital, skirting questions about President Donald Trump and the policy changes his new administration has embraced.
But on health care, Hogan appears to be finding his voice.
For the second time in as many months, the centrist Republican governor who has eschewed national politics weighed in directly about his party’s faltering efforts to repeal Obamacare — arguing Tuesday that the latest push by Senate leaders could leave millions without insurance.
“The Senate should immediately reject efforts to ‘repeal’ the current system and replace [it] sometime later,” Hogan and 10...