State Roundup, August 22, 2016

State’s public defenders overloaded with clients, impacting ability to represent; Del. Carter outlines possible changes to Baltimore City Police including more accountability, hiring of more women, African Americans; Gov. Hogan says his administration will roll back septic regulation, transit project scoring; Baltimore County delegate charged with impaired driving in Ocean City; Hogan hopes to celebrate Marylanders’ Olympic victories; Republican Donald Trump finds support in once-Democrat area; and Scott Walker to speak at MDGOP fund-raiser.