Listen as Larry spoke with Gov. Larry Hogan regarding his State of the State address, his executive order on juvenile offenders serving life sentences and more.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan delivered the final State of the State address of his four-year term Wednesday, touting economic gains made during his tenure and distancing himself from the Republicans controlling the federal government.
Hogan’s 23-minute speech to the Democrat-dominated General Assembly called for bipartisanship and was delivered in a conciliatory tone that used the word “together” 14 times. He repeatedly called for Maryland leaders to transcend politics and compromise — a call made in contrast to what he described as a gridlocked and broken Washington 35 miles down the road.
He recalled his inauguration speech from in 2015, saying that back then “I reminded Marylanders that our state was better than that,” he said. “For the past three years we have been.” [Read More]
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