Once again the legislature, in the persons of Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael E. Busch, have determined that what the voters want is unimportant and the only thing that matters is what the legislature wants ("Road warriors," Feb. 17).
How else to explain why the two legislative leaders acknowledge the tremendous popularity of Gov. Larry Hogan — and then proceed to tear down all he's done that has made him so popular?
Lawmakers did that by allowing criminals who are still serving their sentence to vote. Now they're attempting to do it again with Mr. Hogan's decision on the Red Line debacle.
Is there anything the legislature won't do to attempt to harm Mr. Hogan? It's the same thing that the same people did to former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. I hope this time they don't succeed.
Clay Seeley, Owings Mills