Maryland governor urges Baltimore leaders to 'regain control of their own streets' after Columbus statue toppled

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called on the leaders of Baltimore to step in and take back control of the city from protesters after a group toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus. Hogan, a Republican, said that the city of Baltimore was responsible for maintaining peace and stepping in when public property is destroyed, such as the Columbus statue that was torn down and rolled into the city's Inner Harbor on Saturday. (Examiner)

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