Dec 12, 2012
Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Tuesday that he would not run for governor in 2014, but instead try to win a third term as Maryland’s tax collector.
Here’s a few other government and politics headlines for Wednesday morning:
- The Gazette reports that the House of Delegates’ Republican leadership wants Gov. Martin O’Malley to pay back the cost of having Maryland State Troopers travel with him out of state.
- The Annapolis Capital reports the Annapolis City Council is being urged to strengthen its ethics policy.
- The Baltimore Sun reports O’Malley opposes paying speed camera companies per citation issued.
- The Herald-Mail reports on how the Washington County delegation to the State House is planning for the 2013 General Assembly.