Hogan calls for mandatory minimums for repeat offenders

Governor opposes increase in minimum wage

ANNAPOLIS -- Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday called on Maryland legislators to enact mandatory minimum sentences on repeat violent offenders as part of an effort to reduce the more than 300 slayings that have afflicted Baltimore in each of the last two years. "You can't stop the 300 murders if you don't get these violent gang ...

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