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Tag Archives: Gov. Larry Hogan

HBCU supporters vow to continue fight for higher lawsuit settlement

ANNAPOLIS — Supporters of Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities have been fighting for more than a decade and are not going away now, they told the governor and lawmakers at a rally outside the state government complex Wednesday. Black ...

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Assistant AG Charlton Howard III named new state prosecutor

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 ...

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Md. lawmakers vow to pump $2.2B more into school construction

FOREST HEIGHTS — Democratic lawmakers vowed Wednesday to pump $2.2 billion in additional money into school construction projects across the state. The proposal, announced in a 66-year-old Prince George’s County elementary school that is closed to students because of structural ...

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Hogan appoints 2 to bench in Carroll, Montgomery counties

In filling two judicial vacancies Friday, Gov. Larry Hogan appointed a Westminster attorney to the Carroll County bench who was previously appointed but unseated in an election last year. Richard R. Titus was appointed in 2016 to the Carroll County ...

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2 names sent to Hogan to fill Md. prosecutor’s job

A Baltimore prosecutor and an assistant attorney general have been nominated to fill the vacant state prosecutor position, the commission charged with recommending candidates announced Friday. Michael Dunty, of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, and Charlton Howard III, of the ...

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Hogan appoints ALJ to Baltimore City Circuit Court bench

Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday announced the appointment of Anthony F. Vittoria to the Baltimore City Circuit Court. Vittoria, an administrative law judge with the Office of Administrative Hearings, fills the vacancy left by Judge Timothy J. Doory’s retirement. “The appointment ...

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Editorial Advisory Board: ‘Security theater’ and the handgun permit review panel

Gov. Larry Hogan, just before the Memorial Day holiday, vetoed a 2019 bill abolishing the Maryland Handgun Permit Review Board. The board, comprised of civilians, was established in 1990 to review decisions of the Maryland State Police (MSP) relating to the ...

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