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Moore, Hogan join call for a more temperate political discourse

Maryland’s current and most recent governor separately called for a less vitriolic form of American politics Monday. Neither Gov. Wes Moore (D) nor his Republican predecessor, Larry Hogan, are known for their support of Donald Trump. Both, however, said the failed assassination attempt on the former president and presumed Republican presidential nominee is a “clarion call” to turn down the heated rhetoric that dominates American politics.

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Episode 78: Center Maryland’s The Lobby with United Way of Central Maryland President and CEO Franklyn Baker and Baltimore City Councilmember Phylicia Porter
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Episode 78: Center Maryland’s The Lobby with United Way of Central Maryland President and CEO Franklyn Baker and Baltimore City Councilmember Phylicia Porter

Center Maryland’s The Lobby Podcast welcomes United Way of Central Maryland President & CEO Franklyn Baker and Baltimore City Councilmember Phylicia Porter to the show this week. We talk about United Way’s regional impact, empowering communities, and developing community-led programs.

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