An ethics spat in Annapolis

"A lot of the information is not new, but I think enough of what came out is new that an investigation is needed from the General Assembly," says Del. Vaughn Steward, D-Montgomery. (The Daily Record/Bryan P. Sears)

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan Wednesday dismissed questions about his private financial dealings as a non-story even as some lawmakers say they would like to review how the second-term Republican’s interests may dovetail with decisions made on transportation projects. The ...

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MIA staying downtown after lease agreement

Comptroller Peter Franchot. (File)

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s spending board voted 2-1 on Wednesday to approve a 10-year lease costing $1.68 million annually to keep the Maryland Insurance Administration in downtown Baltimore. Gov. Larry Hogan and Treasurer Nancy Kopp voted in favor of the new ...

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