State panel with subpoena power to discuss Maryland Environmental Service investigation Wednesday

A General Assembly committee with subpoena powers will meet Wednesday to discuss the practices of the Maryland Environmental Service, an independent state agency with a history of making payouts to departing directors. Lawmakers have been investigating the Maryland Environmental Service since The Baltimore Sun reported last month that Gov. Larry Hogan’s then-chief of staff, Roy McGrath, had received a payout worth more than $238,000 when he left the agency to join the Republican governor’s team. (Balt Sun)

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