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Bald Is Beautiful: Larry Hogan Sports New Look Post-Chemo

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — There is “another white dome in Annapolis.” While keeping his sense of humor, Governor Larry Hogan is sporting a new look following two rounds of chemotherapy. 392 more words


Maryland Governor Reveals he has 'Very Advanced" Cancer

Governor Hogan Will Now Undergo “Very Aggressive Chemo Treatments.”

Republican Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced in a news conference that he has B-cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, saying his cancer was “very advanced and very aggressive.”  The cancer may be Stage 4, or at the very least an advanced Stage 3.  60 more words


Hogan Asks For Nearly $28M For Maglev Train Line

BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Maryland’s governor is expressing interest in bringing the fastest train in the world to our state — after taking his own test ride in Japan! 54 more words


Jamelle Bouie: Martin O’Malley - The Progressive Impersonator

Slate: Martin O’Malley wants to be the liberal alternative to Hillary Clinton. It’s a good strategy for an actual liberal.

On Sunday, Martin O’Malley made his first real jab at Hillary Clinton. 120 more words


Can Martin O'Malley take on Hillary?

There’s no doubt that Hillary Clinton will be the most experienced Presidential wannabe in either party – when she announces her candidacy.  But the lead-up to her announcement has been dogged by missteps and reminders of why people don’t want the Clintons back in the White House. 634 more words


O'Malley: Presidency `Not Some Crown' Families Should Share

WASHINGTON (AP) — Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley says the country needs new perspectives, and he’s criticizing the prospects of another Clinton and Bush seeking the White House again. 87 more words


Maryland Governor to Push for Redistricting Reform

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday he will form a bipartisan commission to explore reforming Maryland’s legislative redistricting process.

Hogan said his goal is to give the authority of redrawing the state’s legislative districts to an independent, bipartisan commission. 465 more words