Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposal for a 2 percent cut across the board for state agencies without specifying what the cuts will be is “a very dangerous” approach to balancing the state’s finances, a top Maryland budget analyst said Monday, but the governor’s budget secretary said the idea was to give agency leaders more time to find efficiencies.
Gov. Larry Hogan was sworn in as Maryland’s 62nd governor Wednesday, pledging to be a fiscally responsible leader who will work to create jobs by making Maryland more attractive to businesses.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan and leading Maryland lawmakers are starting this year’s legislative session by emphasizing bipartisanship.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan is making a swing through three western Maryland counties to thank voters who helped him win the November election.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan will be announcing more appointments to his administration.
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Gov.-elect Larry Hogan has named Craig Williams to be his chief of staff.
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan said Monday that he remains committed to pursuing tax relief in his first year in office — despite a projected budget shortfall — and he would consider calling a special session to do additional work on the state’s finances, if needed next year.
Congressional Maryland Democrats met Monday to discuss the political aftershocks of the election that resulted in the party losing control of the U.S. Senate and the Maryland governor’s office.
Republican Gov.-elect Larry Hogan has met with House Speaker Michael Busch to talk about working together.