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Hogan, Democrats vow not to back down in 2017 session

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers will leave the State House in 90 days with about one year to go for the 2018 primary. But the politics for that campaign starts now. Gov. Larry Hogan enters his third session vowing a more aggressive approach to advancing his agenda. At the same time, leaders in the House and Senate say they are ...

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