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“We’re Living in an Era of Extraordinary Corporate Power”

April 18, 2022
Katie Curran O'Malley

When Brian Frosh was sworn in as Maryland attorney general in 2015, the Democrat probably did not expect to spend his tenure fighting the host of The Apprentice. But starting in 2017, Frosh and a slew of other Democratic attorneys general took Donald Trump’s administration to court on everything from the Muslim travel ban to rolling back environmental regulations. Frosh has declined to run for a third term this year, and Democratic candidates in this very blue state are eager to succeed him.

Article Source: Washington Monthly

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