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An ode to Larry Hogan’s folly | READER COMMENTARY

Governor Larry Hogan and Dennis Schrader, acting state health secretary, in the governor's COVID-19 briefing on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. (Pamela Wood/Baltimore Sun).
Governor Larry Hogan and Dennis Schrader, acting state health secretary, in the governor's COVID-19 briefing on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. (Pamela Wood/Baltimore Sun). (Pamela Wood/The Baltimore Sun)

Your editorial taking Gov. Larry Hogan to task for his bizarre, ill-tempered failure to coordinate the lifting of pandemic restrictions with local leaders is spot-on (”Hogan’s COVID order: incautious, uncoordinated, unwise,” March 10). But he’s a busy man and may not have read it. Here’s an executive summary for him.

Larry, Larry, quite contrary,

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How do your grudges grow?

With peevish spells and what-the-hells

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When science says “Go slow.”

George Angell, Baltimore

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