Gov. Wes Moore is fond of saying that Maryland needs to “win the decade.” Sitting in his office in the historic State House in Annapolis, Moore paints a broad vision of Maryland as a state with more economic opportunities, better schools and safer communities. He wants to eschew the “lazy” thinking of the past, and chart a bolder future for the state. “When I say we’re going to win the decade, we’re going to be intentional, and we’re going to be bold and we’re going to make big investments,” Moore said near the end of a long day, sitting in an armchair, a mug of mint tea within reach.
Six months in, Gov. Moore must balance big plans for Maryland’s future with immediate challenges
July 18, 2023