Budget language barring two of Gov. Larry Hogan’s Cabinet secretaries from being paid is legal, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh. Hogan’s own legal counsel fired back, calling Frosh’s declaration unconstitutional and requesting permission to retain outside counsel ...Read More »
Lawmakers barely got out of Annapolis before Gov. Larry Hogan sent a message about how the Senate handled his appointments. Two of the most contentious appointments — Wendi Peters and Dennis Schrader — were re-appointed by Hogan Tuesday, less than ...
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The nomination of Dennis Schrader, Gov. Larry Hogan’s recent pick to lead the state health department, has been withdrawn but a spokesman for the first-term Republican said the nominee will be back next year. Schrader, who was interviewed by the ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan's pick to run the state lottery commission will have to wait a bit longer for confirmation by the state Senate.
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The appointment to the Public Service Commission of a former deputy chief of staff to Gov. Larry Hogan remains in jeopardy. Michael Richard appeared before the Senate Executive Nominations Committee for the second time Monday night. This time it was ...Read More »
Three controversial nominations to the Baltimore City Liquor Board have been rejected by the Senate Executive Nominations Committee. The 14-2 vote Monday evening is the latest in an ongoing battle over the appointments of Benjamin A Neil, Douglas E. Trotter and ...Read More »
Three controversial appointments to the Baltimore City Liquor Board could be voted down when the Senate Executive Nominations Committee meets later today.Read More »
battle lines are being drawn over appointments to the Baltimore City Liquor Board and the withdrawal of an alternate member who has ties to a powerful state senator's campaign committee.Read More »