Governor Hogan announces expansion of Re-Fund The Police Initiative, reintroduction of major crime legislation [VIDEO]

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Monday announced the expansion of the Re-Fund The Police Initiative to a three-year, $500 million investment in increased support for law enforcement, and for increased crime control and victim protection services across the state. The governor also announced that he will reintroduce legislation to address violent crime during the upcoming session of the Maryland General […]

Governor Hogan vetoes congressional map, urges action on emergency crime legislation [VIDEO]

UPDATE: A Maryland judge has tossed out the General Assembly’s newly drawn Congressional district map. Original story below… —— ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Thursday afternoon vetoed the congressional map that was passed along party lines by the Maryland General Assembly, and called on the Biden administration to immediately add the State of Maryland to its lawsuit against Texas for […]

Governor Hogan announces additional steps to address violent crime in Baltimore area [VIDEO]

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Tuesday made a series of announcements to address violent crime in the Baltimore area, one week after the city surpassed 300 homicides for the seventh year in a row. “People are being shot nearly every single day in Baltimore City, and we all have an obligation to do something about it right now,” said Governor […]

Governor Hogan re-designates violent crime bills as emergency legislation

ANNAPOLIS, MD—At a Thursday press conference marking the halfway point of the legislative session, Governor Larry Hogan announced that he is re-designating his bills to combat the violent crime crisis in Baltimore City as emergency legislation so that they can be signed into law and take effect immediately. To date, the General Assembly has not taken action on the governor’s […]

Governor Hogan announces new initiatives to address violent crime

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan, at a Thursday press conference at his office in Baltimore City, announced a series of new initiatives and expanded legislation to get violent offenders off the streets and address the violent crime crisis facing Baltimore City: Funding for 25 new prosecutors and support staff for the Attorney General to prosecute violent crimes. $21 million in additional […]