Governor Larry Hogan’s Nov. 5 COVID-19 Press Conference

The Latest on COVID-19 in Maryland
Governor Larry Hogan in a press conference on Nov. 5 expressed concern with the increasing cases of COVID-19 across the country and in the State of Maryland. To date, there have been 149,964 COVID-19 cases in Maryland.
Read More... Economists are tracking these indicators to understand the recession and the election

Amanda Agati
Both Agati and Bernard Yaros, an assistant director and economist at Moody’s Analytics, offered some economic indicators to watch.

Baltimore Sun: Uncertainty from coronavirus, presidential election could dampen Maryland economy for months

Economic Outlook Conference 2020
While the stock market might point to the re-election of President Donald Trump, other economic indicators, including disposable income and monthly payrolls, point to former Vice President Joe Biden.

Governor Larry Hogan’s October 22 COVID-19 Press Conference

Governor Larry Hogan held a press conference on October 22, 2020. Governor Hogan announced new economic relief for Maryland small businesses. 

Baltimore Sun: Five years later, many across Baltimore bitterly lament Gov. Hogan’s decision to kill the Red Line light rail

The Red Line aimed to transform the Baltimore region’s meager, single-line light rail and subway, into a more unified, useful network.

Governor Larry Hogan’s July 29 COVID-19 Press Conference

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Get some key takeaways from Governor Larry Hogan's July 29 press conference about Maryland's COVID-19 response.

The Daily Record: Will Md. end up with a patchwork of pandemic rules?

The leaders of Maryland’s four largest jurisdictions are indicating that they may not line up with all of Gov. Larry Hogan’s plans for easing pandemic restrictions, raising the possibility that a patchwork of rules may exist from one community to the next.

Maryland Reporter: Hogan: Stay-at-home order will be lifted Friday at 5 p.m.

Gov. Larry Hogan said on May 13 that the state’s fight against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which the stay-at-home order he issued on March 30 will be lifted Friday evening.

Baltimore Sun: Gov. Hogan issues stay-at-home order for Maryland to stop spread of the coronavirus

Marylanders may only leave their homes for essential work or urgent medical care, to get food or prescriptions or for other “absolutely necessary” reasons, Gov. Larry Hogan said March 30  under a new “stay-at-home” directive to stop the spread of the coronavirus.