Timothy Maloney, a former legislator representing two of Gov. Larry Hogan’s Cabinet secretaries in a lawsuit, said concerns that he has a conflict of interest because of his relationship with the president of the Maryland Senate are overblown. Maloney, a ...Read More »
An ongoing dispute over two top state appointments will deny at least one of them — a breast cancer survivor — health insurance, according to a spokesman for Gov. Larry Hogan. Douglass Mayer, Hogan’s spokesman, said budget language that prohibits ...Read More »
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 »
A potential state constitutional showdown between Gov. Larry Hogan and the General Assembly looms with the start of the new fiscal year over two Cabinet secretaries who will remain in their jobs despite never being confirmed by the Senate. Hogan’s decision to ...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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