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Maryland Gov. Hogan receives an honorary doctorate at Han Yang University in Seoul, South Korea. Hogan was in Seoul on an economic development trip and made a point of stating that he was staying at Marriott hotels. Before the trip, Hogan vetoed a bill that would have clarified how the state's online hotel tax applies to online booking companies, a bill that Marriott International wanted the governor to sign during a time when the Bethesda-based company is searching for a new headquarters. (Photo by MDGovpics)

Hogan’s Marriott message a mixed one (access required)

Supporters of a bill that would have clarified Maryland law as it related to the collection of sales taxes for online hotel bookings say Gov. Larry Hogan is sending mixed messages when it comes to retaining one of the state's largest employers. Hogan, before leaving for an economic development trip to Asia, vetoed the bill that ...