State lawmakers are supporting bills to reform the justice system and help criminals turn their lives around.
Citation was read near the end of Monday’s hectic final session, eliciting cheers from weary delegates.
Republican governor says he will withhold some money for schools and raises after his priorities aren’t met.
The impasse continues as the Maryland legislative session comes to a close Monday.
Plan incorporates some of Hogan’s priorities, including money for nonpublic schools and troopers
$5 million set in budget proposal to reimburse businesses that donate to student financial aid programs.
The freshmen are the first men to join the group in its 43-year history.
The Md. governor instead included funding for pension tax exemptions for police and other first responders.
The ceremony was a chance for Hogan to schmooze with Democrats who wield power over his agenda.
Republicans and Democrats praise each other for the cooperation that led to deficit-reducing spending plan.