Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler was photographed at a party where teens later said there was underage drinking. Gansler said it was not his role to break it up.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler said Thursday that showing up at a "beach week" party of teenagers and not investigating whether there was underage drinking was "a mistake that I made."
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's comments about how parents of daughters may respond differently to underage drinking drew a sharp rebuke Monday from a political rival.
A Delaware beach resort that was the scene last June of a teenage party visited by Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler issued a statement Monday criticizing parents who rent homes there for senior week celebrations.
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's running mate said Friday she believed "it's obvious on its face" that their opponent is "trying to throw dirt every time we're making progress."
A picture of Gansler sparked debate about what Maryland's top legal officer and advocate against underage drinking should have done.
Here's a roundup of commentary on Maryland attorney general and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler, who said he "made a mistake" by not intervening at a beach week party in Delaware where there was underage drinking.
Local and national media outlets are abuzz over the news that Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler was briefly at a party where underage drinking occurred, and I still can't decide if I'm outraged or nonplussed.
Doug Gansler's truly bad day of TV optics started Thursday with a Sun story and accompanying picture off Instagram of a beach party the attorney general attended in Delaware.