Maryland lawmakers plan to spend this week undoing dozens of vetoes from Gov. Larry Hogan, reviving measures ranging from programs to boost public schools to a first-of-its-kind tax on digital ads. Democrats hold such significant majorities in both chambers of the General Assembly that they typically can override the Republican governor’s vetoes, even if they lose a few members from the original votes.
Maryland Democrats gear up to override dozens of Gov. Hogan’s vetoes
February 7, 2021