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Hogan and Frosh spar over Trump lawsuits

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We have no photographs of Larry Hogan and Brian Frosh standing side by side, and that's no accident: Maryland's Republican governor and Democratic attorney general have a chilly history going back 15 years, says Erin Cox, the Sun's State House bureau chief. And that, in part, explains the tension between the two as Frosh sues the Trump administration on 18 fronts and the governor withholds support of the attorney general's challenges to White House policy. The Hogan administration left out of the state budget the $1 million and additional staff the General Assembly promised Frosh to sue the Trump administration.

Erin Cox joins Dan to talk about the chill between Hogan and Frosh, the current session of the General Assembly and election-year politics.

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