Annapolis — especially in the waning days of a state legislative session — can be a confusing, mystifying place in the best of years. Beneath the surface, competing political goals clash, often in ways only understood by the legislative insiders themselves. But the end of the 2022 Maryland General Assembly has left the rather strong impression that Gov. Larry Hogan has spent the final meeting of his term as governor getting his political ducks in a row to take a more active role in the national Republican party when his term expires at the end of this year.
When it comes to ghost guns, seclusion, Hogan is ducking important issues
April 15, 2022