Md. health secretary accuses Senate president of quid pro quo on confirmation

The state's acting health secretary is accusing Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. of pressuring him to block a request for a cardiac surgery program in return for a favorable confirmation vote. Acting Health Secretary Dennis R. Schrader and a spokesman for Gov. Larry Hogan made the accusations against Miller in what is the latest ...

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