Session’s first day: No crowds, no traffic in a ‘ghost town’

On any other opening day of the Maryland General Assembly, Gov. Larry Hogan would likely have been acting as a host greeting returning lawmakers — whom he once compared to college students on spring break — to the State House. This year, there were no handshakes in Lawyers Mall. There were no fist bumps from the ...

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