Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot will hold a news conference Wednesday in Ocean City where the governor is expected to announce an executive order pushing back the start of Maryland schools until after Labor Day, possibly as soon ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The governor and state comptroller raised concerns Wednesday about the use of state funds for school construction in Baltimore City. Gov. Larry Hogan Wednesday expressed concern that the city is using state money to renovate old schools slated for ...Read More »
Commercial fantasy sports gaming will be regulated in Maryland under a set of new rules proposed by Comptroller Peter Franchot even as legislators and other officials debate whether the popular industry is even legal in the state. The four-page proposal ...Read More »
SYKESVILLE — Comptroller Peter Franchot is taking a walking tour of Sykesville. The comptroller’s visit on Friday comes after the town was named “Coolest Small Town in America” by Budget Travel magazine. Franchot will visit several local businesses. Mayor Ian ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The outgoing head of the state’s school construction program has been told he’s no longer welcome at the State House — at least at functions run by Gov. Larry Hogan. Hogan confirmed that he has told David Lever, ...Read More »
In the decade since being elected comptroller, Peter Franchot has built a reputation as a former delegate and Takoma Park liberal turned fiscal conservative, an independent voice on the Board of Public Works and a more-than-occasional thorn in the side ...
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Two Maryland officials are joining the call for more diversity on corporate boards of directors and are hoping to use the state’s pension system as leverage to get it. Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot and Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp joined a ...Read More »