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Hogan cancels events to address Baltimore rioting

Gov. Larry Hogan canceled all of his previously scheduled events Tuesday to deal with the rioting in Baltimore, his office announced Monday.

The governor had been scheduled to sign more than 180 newly passed bills at a State House ceremony before going to Baltimore County. There he was scheduled to speak to a class at Towson University before holding a news conference atthe headquarters of McCormick & Co. with County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.

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Hogan had also been scheduled to receive an honor as Marylander of the Year from the Baltimore Sun at a ceremony in Towson. None of the events was immediately rescheduled.

A spokesman said it was unclear Monday where the governor, who had just declared a state of emergency and activated the Maryland National Guard, will go or what he will do Tuesday.

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