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Josh Kurtz: Noteworthy Developments in the Annapolis Lobbying Game

The recent news that P.J. Hogan is leaving his position as the head of government relations for the University System of Maryland after eight years on the job is significant enough just on its face.

While the timing of Hogan’s departure is coincidental, it means the system’s new chancellor, Robert Caret – perhaps in consultation with new Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and his team – will be able to install his own person in that very important job. It’s sure to be a highly sought-after position and will attract an A List of applicants.

Just as interesting is Hogan’s new gig – and what it means to the ever-evolving world of Annapolis lobbying.

Read full article here from Center Maryland


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