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Legislation to restrict governor’s emergency powers draws Hogan’s ire

ANNAPOLIS – A proposal to limit the governor's authority to impose a state of emergency in practically unlimited 30-day periods is being derided by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. Maryland has been under a state of emergency since the first coronavirus cases were reported in the state on March 5. A bill proposed by Del. Haven Shoemaker, ...

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