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Hogan Week 3 ends on upbeat note

By Len Lazarick

Len@MarylandReporter.com

The third full week of the Hogan administration ended on an upbeat note for the new governor.

The Maryland Senate unanimously approved 12 cabinet appointments, while Hogan launched an expanded outreach campaign to the legislature.

Hogan continues to get hard pushback from Democrats and their allies on his plans for spending — not enough for schools, they say — and tax relief — too much.

But the tone and volume of criticism has ramped down. A new report on the state’s business climate unveiled by legislative leaders Thursday confirms in milder language some of Hogan’s rhetoric and governing focus epitomized in the new state highway welcome signs: “We’re open for business.”

– See more at: http://marylandreporter.com/2015/02/15/hogan-week-3-ends-on-upbeat-note/#sthash.PMiHxbTS.dpuf

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