State Roundup, August 26, 2016

Gov. Hogan, Legislative Black Caucus talk about black entry into budding cannabis industry; student activist to seek to place Tubman statue at Maryland State House; after $75,000 controversy, USM to bonuses to chancellor but Caret says he earned it; Baltimore City Council to ask Baltimore police to explain air surveillance program; U.S. Rep. Cummings blasts surveillance; Amie Hoeber hits the streets to campaign for U.S. House; and Baltimore Police union says it alerted police to problems with zero tolerance before federal probe.