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Governor Hogan and Maryland Congressional Delegation meet

Posted at 5:56 PM, Mar 29, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-01 08:29:44-04

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The legislative session is winding down with just a little more than a week left.

On Friday, Governor Hogan, along with Maryland's Congressional Delegation, minus Anthony Brown and Elijah Cummings, had a meeting in the State House.

The meeting lasted a little more than an hour. Several issues were discussed including the Affordable Care Act, the state and federal budget, and the health of the Chesapeake Bay.

"We are totally in agreement that, not only do we need to support the current appropriations for the Chesapeake Bay program, but that we should seek an increase to $90 million from the $73 million. So we are united on that," said Senator Ben Cardin.

Governor Hogan said that he and the Congressional Delegation are doing all they can, both here in the state and in D.C. to work together as "Team Maryland."