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.”
Gov. Larry Hogan delivers his final State of the State address of his term Wednesday, amid a partisan General Assembly session and federal government.
ANNAPOLIS– Governor Larry Hogan delivered his third annual State of the State address. He touched on a variety of topics from education to transportation, and highlighted the importance of bipartisanship in the upcoming year. Reactions of democrats varied from hopeful and critical.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, devoted most of his third State of the State speech to calls for bipartisan efforts to advance key parts of his policy agenda, but strongly criticized several legislative efforts by state Democrats,…
During Gov. Larry Hogan’s first State of the State speech this week, he spent way more time talking about the state budget and taxes than his predecessor Gov. Martin O’Malley.
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.
Ahead of this year’s State of the State, legislators from the House of Delegates and the state Senate shared their thoughts on what they expect from Gov. Larry Hogan’s address.
Sen. Brinkley voices criticism of O’Malley/Brown administration following the State of the State address.
After Gov. Martin O’Malley delivered his final State of the State address on Thursday, Maryland lawmakers responded.