WASHINGTON -- When Gov. Larry Hogan (R) walked out of his meeting with Maryland’s Congressional Delegation last week it seemed it could not have gone better -- at least that's what he said.
Speaking at a brief press conference, Hogan and the delegation gave the impression after the meeting that their party affiliation did not matter.
Like political allies, each Maryland politician repeated and reiterated their shared priorities and objectives -- to save the state from a slew of federal cuts to the management of the Chesapeake Bay, healthcare, and transportation.
“I think it was a very productive meeting on really important shared priorities that are important to the people of Maryland,” Hogan said.