Maryland Gov.-elect Wes Moore (D) said Tuesday that relocating the FBI’s headquarters to Prince George’s County is a “personal priority” and called on the U.S. General Services Administration to make a decision that aligns with President Biden’s equity goals. “In Maryland, we know that underinvestment in communities like Prince George’s County has held families back,” Moore said in a statement. Moore’s comments come a day after House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer and U.S. Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, all Democrats from Maryland, negotiated at least a three-month delay in a decision on the relocation by inserting language about the headquarters into an omnibus federal spending package.
Md. Gov.-elect Moore says bringing FBI to Pr. George’s a ‘personal priority’
December 21, 2022