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MD Gov. Hogan: Trump Reelection Bid Would Be ‘Bad’ for GOP and U.S.

Governor Larry Hogan (R-MD) said on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” that a reelection attempt by former President Donald Trump would be “bad” for both the Republican Party and the country. Hogan is currently serving his second term as governor. Anchor Bret Baier asked, “If former President Trump runs or doesn’t, are you considering running…

Baltimore Police Officer On Life Support After Getting Shot While Sitting In Patrol Car

December 16, 2021 5:47 PM ET A Baltimore police officer is on life support after being ambushed while sitting in her patrol car Thursday afternoon.Officers responded to reports of a vehicle crash at around 1:30 a.m Thursday morning after finding an officer Keona Holley shot multiple times, FOX5 reported. Authorities said an unidentified suspect walked…

Experts Give Democrats ‘F’ Grade For Trying To Further Gerrymander Maryland Congressional Maps

The experts at the Princeton University Gerrymander Project gave Maryland Democrats a failing grade for their newly-proposed gerrymandered Congressional maps, while maps to be submitted to the legislature by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan received an “A” grade for fairness.According to the Princeton researchers, all four Congressional maps submitted by Maryland Democrats for consideration “significantly favor”…

Poll: 20% of Americans Say They Have Lost Friendships over Coronavirus Disagreements

One-in-five Americans say they have lost friendships over disagreements on the Chinese coronavirus, a daily YouGov survey updated Friday found. The daily question surveyed 5,219 U.S. adults on August 5 and asked, “Have you lost any friendships because of differences in opinion related to the COVID-19 pandemic?” Twenty percent of respondents said they have, 68…

Maryland Becomes First State To Repeal ‘Police Bill Of Rights’ After Overriding GOP Governor’s...

April 11, 2021 3:23 PM ET Maryland became the first state in the U.S. to end its “police Bill of Rights” when Democratic lawmakers passed broad law enforcement reform bills Saturday. The Democratic-led legislature overrode a veto by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan to pass three new policing bills. The new laws remove certain legal protection…

Big Tech Lobbying Group Sues Maryland Over Online Ad Tax

February 18, 2021 5:47 PM ET A lobbying firm representing some of the largest online tech companies filed a federal lawsuit Feb. 18 against the state of Maryland over the first digital ad tax passed in the United States. The Internet Association, which includes members like Amazon, Facebook, and Google, alleges that the Maryland tax…

MD Gov. Hogan to Republicans Who Won’t Accept Election Result: ‘This Is Embarrassing Us’

Governor Larry Hogan (R-MD) said Monday on CNN that Republicans who continue dispute the results of last month’s presidential election are embarrassing the party. Anchor Jake Tapper said, “Governor Hogan, you have long acknowledged the reality of what happened on election day. We just heard that several of your fellow Republicans on Capitol Hill continue…

Maryland To Eliminate Almost 85 Percent Of Polling Locations, But Officials Say They Aren’t...

Maryland is set to transition from approximately 1800 polling places to 282 voting centers for November’s election in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus among voters, according to a plan proposed by the state’s Board of Elections and authorized by Gov. Larry Hogan. Unlike polling places, voting centers are large, open spaces like…

GOP Gov. Hogan: Trump Cabinet Secretaries Urged Me to Primary President

Appearing Thursday on Bloomberg TV, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) claimed “a couple” of President Donald Trump’s cabinet secretaries urged him to consider launching a primary challenge against the president in the 2020 election. Exclusive: Gov. Larry Hogan tells me “a couple” of Pres. Trump’s cabinet secretaries encouraged him to consider challenging Trump in a primary.…

Maryland GOP Lawmakers Sue Governor Over Constitutionality Of Stay-At-Home Order

Three Maryland Republican lawmakers are suing Republican Gov. Larry Hogan over the constitutionality of the state’s stay-at-home order after one lawmaker was allegedly threatened with arrest after speaking at a rally, numerous sources reported. Delegate Dan Cox is joined by 18 plaintiffs in the lawsuit, which was filed Saturday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore.…

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