Gov. Larry Hogan

Hogan said he could not finish his term as governor and run for Senate at the same time. 

He wants the General Assembly to act on his proposals to tackle violent crime, lower taxes and refund the police. 

Gov. Hogan will present those citations at 3 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. respectively.

State law requires the governor to present a balanced budget. The Maryland General Assembly can only cut from his proposals, not add or reallocate funds. 

Hogan maintains an approval rating of 74%. That's one point higher than his 73% approval rating in October 2020. 

Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is speaking out against Gov. Larry Hogan. She's accusing the governor of criticizing Baltimore and its leaders to score political points.

Gov. Larry Hogan said the newly drawn maps disenfranchise voters and violate the Voting Rights Act.

This comes as lawmakers return to Annapolis for a special session to redraw the state's congressional map. 

More than 82% of Marylanders eligible for the vaccine have gotten a shot.

The order applies to all nursing homes, assisted living facilities, residential drug treatment centers and developmentally disabled group homes.