Governor Vetoes School Reform, HBCU Funding, Gun Background Checks | WYPR

Governor Vetoes School Reform, HBCU Funding, Gun Background Checks

May 8, 2020

During his State of the State address in February, Gov. Larry Hogan demanded legislators pass his crime package. On Thursday, Hogan vetoed the legislature's crime bills because legislators didn't support his.
Credit Rachel Baye / WYPR

Gov. Larry Hogan has vetoed more than three dozen bills the General Assembly passed during this year’s abbreviated session. The rejected bills include a massive school system overhaul; funding for Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities; and a bill closing a background check loophole for long guns.

Nathan Sterner and Rachel Baye talk about some of the vetoes.