Gov. Larry Hogan appointed Charlton Howard III, an assistant attorney general, as the new Maryland state prosecutor on Friday. Howard, who has been with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General since 2015, currently oversees more than 60 attorneys handling ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan announced two Worcester County Circuit Court appointments Thursday, including the first woman appointed to the court in its history. Magistrate Mary M. Kent, who has served since 1996, and Worcester County State’s Attorney Beau Oglesby were both appointed to ...Read More »
Budget language barring two of Gov. Larry Hogan’s Cabinet secretaries from being paid is legal, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh. Hogan’s own legal counsel fired back, calling Frosh’s declaration unconstitutional and requesting permission to retain outside counsel ...Read More »
Lawmakers barely got out of Annapolis before Gov. Larry Hogan sent a message about how the Senate handled his appointments. Two of the most contentious appointments — Wendi Peters and Dennis Schrader — were re-appointed by Hogan Tuesday, less than ...
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The nomination of Dennis Schrader, Gov. Larry Hogan’s recent pick to lead the state health department, has been withdrawn but a spokesman for the first-term Republican said the nominee will be back next year. Schrader, who was interviewed by the ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan's pick to run the state lottery commission will have to wait a bit longer for confirmation by the state Senate.
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The new head of the Maryland Department of the Environment is promising better relations with businesses in the state but said environmental groups need not be worried he will be a rubber stamp. Ben Grumbles, Gov. Larry Hogan’s choice to ...Read More »
Three attorneys were selected to fill vacancies on the Open Meetings Compliance Board by Gov. Larry Hogan. The appointments fill key vacancies that crippled the board and delayed decisions on complaints related to government agencies. Appointed to the board are: ...Read More »