Governor Hogan again urges bipartisanship, sets priorities in State of the State

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Republican Governor Larry Hogan, inaugurated for a second term just two weeks ago, told a joint session of the Maryland General Assembly that the state of the state has “never been stronger.” In his fifth address before state lawmakers, Hogan again urged lawmakers to continue their bipartisan approach to helping Maryland. He also proposed a number of initiatives include a half-billion dollars in tax relief over the next five years.