We have to make a choice — allow industrial farms to continue overusing antibiotics as they have for decades or get routine antibiotic use out of our food system. The Maryland legislature has chosen, again, to preserve these drugs and protect public health. Gov. Hogan should make the same choice.
After allegations of self-dealing rocked the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan says he wants to “clean house” and will refuse to reappoint most — and possibly all — of the current board members.
Gov. Larry Hogan wrote to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred last year expressing concern about the effect of the lingering television rights fee dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals, and offering to help broker an agreement.
We are grateful to the Maryland legislature for passing legislation that would raise the retail sales age of all tobacco products to 21. Now, we need this proposal to become the law of the land in Maryland. We call on Gov. Larry Hogan to make that same commitment and sign this legislation.
Luke Mill, an economic engine in Western Maryland for 131 years, will close by June 30, owner Verso Co. announced Tuesday. The shutdown means 675 people spread across Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia will lose their jobs, the company said.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed 174 more bills into law, including a pair of measures to boost the state's beer industry. The Republican governor also signed bills to reform the University System of Maryland board of regents and increase purchases of "clean" cars.
Hospital executives and Baltimore government officials scrambled to figure out how many "Healthy Holly" books Mayor Catherine Pugh had sold. After she said University of Maryland Medical System was her sole customer, Kaiser Permanente told Pugh's chief lobbyist that it, too, had bought books.
Robert A. Chrencik resigned Friday as president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical System amid the controversy surrounding accusations that UMMS had engaged in self-dealing and no-bid contracting.
Baltimore Sun columnist Dan Rodricks discusses the high-profile moments-in-parallel with McDaniel College political science professor Herb Smith, Sun editorial page editor Andy Green and Sun State House bureau reporter Luke Broadwater.
Here are six takeaways from Larry Hogan’s appearance at the “Politics & Eggs” speaker series — considered a “must” stop for presidential hopefuls — at Saint Anselm College’s New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
It's time for states with leaders who support abortion rights to go on the offensive against Trump administration attempts to restrict abortion that would reduce access to health care, the president of Planned Parenthood said Tuesday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is one of the first prominent Republicans in the country to criticize President Donald Trump over the findings of the Mueller investigation — calling the report’s details “distributing” and saying Trump only narrowly avoided being charged with obstruction of justice.
Gov. Larry Hogan will speak at a "Politics & Eggs" series at the invitation of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics — fueling speculation he has political ambitions beyond Maryland. The Republican governor has said he's open to considering a run against President Donald Trump.
Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to sign about 200 bills, including measures the General Assembly passed to reform the University of Maryland Medical System board of directors, allow the private Johns Hopkins University to create a police force, and establish a Maryland Freedom of the Press Day.
Among nearly 200 bills Gov. Larry Hogan has signed into law, Maryland will honor journalists with "Freedom of the Press Day" on June 28. That's the anniversary of a shooting at The Capital newspaper in Annapolis that killed five employees. Maryland has 23 other commemorative periods.
Governor Larry Hogan is expected to sign a bill granting an additional $3.2 million to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for the next two years — a potentially crucial step towards resolving a contentious labor dispute and allowing the the organization to remain a 52-week ensemble.
Constituents, colleagues and lobbyists honored the late Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch at his funeral in Annapolis. City Alderwoman Rhonda Pindell Charles said of Busch: "He was us." Former state delegate Bruce Poole said Busch had "an enduring interest that ordinary citizens had a shot."