Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the popular Republican incumbent, is seeking to become the first member of his party to win re-election as governor of the state in more than a half century.
Whether the “rain tax” is repealed, reformed or has the word “fee” dropped from its name, the federal mandate to clean up stormwater runoff in Maryland is here to stay.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan emphasized a business-friendly environment and tax relief during his State of the State address to the General Assembly on Wednesday.
Sen. Brinkley voices criticism of O’Malley/Brown administration following the State of the State address.