Gov. Larry Hogan issued an order to establish a redistricting commission that will be composed of ordinary citizens and is tasked with making the state’s congressional and legislative districts more competitive.Read More
School students in Maryland and their parents should be preparing to be in school this summer to overcome the learning deficits that have happened due to lack of in-person schooling during the COVID pandemic, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, R, said in a Zoom interview Friday.Read More
It’s time for President Donald Trump to leave office, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan wants Marylanders to stay at home for the holidays to limit the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and on Thursday he issued an order that prohibits non-essential travel.Read More
The first installment of Maryland’s coronavirus vaccines will reach all of the state’s hospitals and nursing homes within the next two weeks, Deputy Health Secretary Dr. Jinlene Chan said Tuesday.Read More
More economic relief is on the way for Maryland’s small businesses, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday. The relief was announced the very day the state’s COVID-related hospitalizations reached 1,720-the highest to date since the beginning of the pandemic in mid-March.Read More
State uncovers unemployment fraud scheme targeting Hogan, Rutherford, Robinson and other high-ranking state officials
Not even Maryland’s highest ranking officials are immune from scams.
That includes Gov. Larry Hogan, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson and several other cabinet members-all of whom were targeted in an unemployment insurance fraud scheme- the state of Maryland announced on Wednesday.
Maryland’s ties with a region in northern France were strengthened on Wednesday with the signing of a Sister State agreement by Gov. Larry Hogan and Hauts-de-France region president Xavier Bertrand.Read More
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