Gov. Wes Moore (D) is working to shore up a beleaguered historic nomination in advance of a Senate hearing Monday. The governor met with members of the Coalition of Black Maryland State Troopers for about 90 minutes Friday to discuss Roland Butler Jr. Moore tapped the retired Maryland State Police lieutenant colonel to become the first Black superintendent of the organization. The meeting with Moore, which included Butler, comes days before a key hearing in the final two weeks of the session.
Moore works to shore up state police nominee in advance of key hearing
March 27, 2023