Governor Larry Hogan talks about Bills that are being signed by himself, Democratic Senate President Thomas V. "Mike" Miller and House of Delegates Speaker Pro tem Adrienne Jones. (Kim Hairston, Baltimore Sun video)
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will sign dozens more bills into law during a ceremony in Annapolis on Tuesday.
One bill set to get the governor’s signature will require reforms at the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents, which was spurred by last summer’s death of student-athlete Jordan McNair after the former McDonogh School player collapsed at a University of Maryland Terrapins football practice. In an effort to make the Board of Regents more transparent, the board will be expanded and required to livestream its meetings, record votes and accept public comment at meetings.