Wes Moore’s foreseeable victory has allowed him and his team plenty of time to develop policy priorities, and his transition team’s Executive Policy Committees have already gotten to work on how to achieve goals that will fall under the Departments of the Environment, Commerce, Education, and more. But the incoming administration has done little to telegraph how it will manage the Department of Agriculture, and as Josh Kurtz recently noted in Maryland Matters, it’s hard to speculate directly on appointments. Without public clues as to who the administration is considering to lead the department, all that’s available is to lay out what directions they might take and why.
Opinion: Wes Moore’s six options for Maryland secretary of Agriculture
December 19, 2022