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Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan names first four members of his Cabinet

Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan, center, announces four cabinet secretaries from left, Sam J. Abed, Department of Juvenile Services; Del. Kelly M. Schulz (R-Frederick), Secretary of Labor; C. Gail Bassette, Department of General Services; and James D. Fielder, Jr., Secretary of Appointments, on Wednesday in Annapolis. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan, center, announces four cabinet secretaries from left, Sam J. Abed, Department of Juvenile Services; Del. Kelly M. Schulz (R-Frederick), Secretary of Labor; C. Gail Bassette, Department of General Services; and James D. Fielder, Jr., Secretary of Appointments, on Wednesday in Annapolis. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

December 17 at 5:58 PM
Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan announced his first four Cabinet appointments Wednesday — retaining the state’s current head of the juvenile detention system and tapping a Laurel business owner, a state delegate from Frederick County and a town administrator from Harford County for other senior positions.With a little more than a month until his Jan. 21 inauguration, Hogan (R) is working to complete an initial evaluation of state agencies and pick about 20 more Cabinet-level leaders, including higher-profile positions such as Maryland State Police superintendent and secretaries of health, budget and management and the environment.

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