While Md. Gov. Larry Hogan can only do so much with a legislature overwhelmingly stacked against him, he can and should play more than defense against Democrats, because most of what he campaigned against still haunts Maryland, from high taxes to chronic overspending.
The Hogan administration said Tuesday night that the Maryland governor is pressing forward with plans for a hotly debated parkland swap — but without any inclusion of a new stadium for the NFL’s Washington Redskins.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday proposed $1.5 million in funds to help struggling dairy farmers participate in a federal program that aims to protect dairies from plummeting milk prices paired with the rising cost of feeding cows.
As the federal government in Washington sinks into ever-deeper dysfunction and the public casts about for alternatives, some so-called “Never Trump” Republicans are urging Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to run in a 2020 primary against his party’s president.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has invited Gov. Larry Hogan to tour Lansdowne High School to illustrate the need for more school construction funding, according to a letter from Olszewski’s office.
As Maryland lawmakers debate whether to increase the state's hourly minimum wage, workers and business owners watch to see how they'll be affected. Some saying it’s vital for workers to be paid enough to take care of basic needs. Others warn an increase would be a job-killing measure.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and state lawmakers from both parties are calling for more oversight of judges in separate legislative proposals being considered during the General Assembly session in Annapolis.
Debate over the Maryland school calendar has turned bitter. Some Republicans say a Democratic senator appeared to link Gov. Larry Hogan to former Alabama Gov. George Wallace. Sen. Paul Pinsky described someone "armed with an executive order" standing on "the schoolhouse steps" to block students.
As legislators are challenging Gov. Larry Hogan’s order that forced public schools to open after Labor Day, Hogan promised he would send the measure to referendum for Maryland voters to decide if necessary.
Burkittsville residents say they were surprised and upset to learn in December that Gov. Larry Hogan wants to give the U.S. government 2,481 acres in the park in exchange for state control of land in Prince George's County, where Hogan hopes to convince the Redskins to build a new stadium
Del. Eric Ebersole, a Democrat who represents District 12 including Elkridge and Columbia, is sponsoring a State House bill to allow all county school boards in Maryland to have control over determining their school system’s calendars.
Gov. Larry Hogan met with members of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland on Thursday to discuss a settlement to a long-running dispute over the state's treatment of its historically black colleges, as well as other priorities of the caucus this legislative session.
Frustrated by Maryland lawmakers' attempts to undo his executive order to start the state's public school year after Labor Day, Gov. Larry Hogan says he'll submit a bill that would make school boards ask voters if they want to start school earlier. Hogan says he's offering "genuine local control."
As Democrats seek to override his executive order forcing Maryland’s public schools to wait until after Labor Day to start classes, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan pledged Wednesday to fight back with a referendum.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is joining the calls for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to resign following the revelation of a racist photo on his page in his medical school yearbook. Hogan says Northam has “lost the ability to govern. There’s no way to get the trust of the people of Virginia again."
Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center, in partnership with the Howard County Health Department, received a nearly $1.1 million State Opioid Response Grant from the Maryland Department of Health to establish 24-hour crisis services at the center.
Reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer talk about tax cuts, gun laws and Gov. Larry Hogan's "State of the State" speech, before interviewing State Sen. Justin Ready, a Carroll County Republican.
Gov. Larry Hogan, in his State of the State address on Wednesday, touched on a number of issues, including several measures to provide tax relief to Marylanders. The proposal that may ring true with many Carroll County residents is tax cut proposals aimed at retiree income.
Some so-called “Never Trump” Republicans are urging Republican Gov. Larry Hogan to run in a 2020 primary against President Trump. Would he actually do it? Could he possibly win? And what would it mean for Maryland?
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed two deputy chiefs of staff to replace staffers who are moving to other agencies. Allison Mayer and Stephen Schatz will work with the governor. Mayer comes from the Maryland Department of Commerce and Schatz worked at the state Department of Natural Resources.
Harford County leaders were glad to hear Gov. Larry Hogan strike a bipartisan message in his State of the State speech for 2019, but some have concerns about the economic impact of his calls for tax cuts.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan touted an agenda that focuses on tax relief, cracking down on violent gun crime and accountability in education at his fifth State of the State Address. The tax cuts irked the Maryland Democratic Party, but "struck a chord" with two of Carroll County's state lawmakers.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said in his State of the State address that he's cut taxes, but experts say the claim stretches the meaning of a tax break. For instance, businesses and residents saved $240 million because of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. Other cuts came from Democratic bills Hogan signed.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan used his first State of the State address since being re-elected to push for targeted tax credits for retirees, longer sentences for gun offenders and more state oversight of local school systems.
During his State of the State speech on Wednesday, Gov. Larry Hogan pointed to the tragic shootings of two young sisters in Baltimore — 7-year-old Taylor was killed in July; 5-year-old Amy survived in November — to condemn city violence and call for change. The comments were familiar.
The response of Democrats in Maryland's legislature to Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State address: We will work with you "when we can." But, Del. Kathleen Dumais said in prepared remarks, "we will not sacrifice our Democratic values and principles to cut deals."
Stopping human trafficking is a priority in Maryland, where 72 cases were reported last year, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. That’s why this summer, Gov. Larry Hogan announced a series of initiatives to combat it, including the creation of my position.
What to expect from Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State: more specifics than his inaugural address, priorities for laws he wants passed and maybe details on "another major tax cut" he teased in remarks earlier this week.