By David Jahng
Beating non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma into remission and being the first Maryland Republican governor elected for a second term since 1954 is no small feat.
But Gov. Larry Hogan will continue to work against the odds this legislative season, with Democrats maintaining a supermajority in the Maryland House and Senate.
Regardless, Hogan has previously touted his bipartisanship, and Wednesday’s inauguration was no different.