Activists staged a protest at the Board of Public Works meeting in Annapolis Wednesday to demand that Gov. Larry Hogan speak out against President Donald Trump's policies.
Three women interrupted the board's regular business of approving state contracts to exhort Hogan to express opposition to his fellow Republican's actions since taking office Jan. 20. The women and two others were escorted from the State House by the governor's executive protection detail and the Capitol Police.
Police barred protesters from returning until after the day's legislative session concluded, saying they were not permitted to interrupt a public meeting.
Before the protesters were removed,...