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Hogan Frustrated with Frosh’s Trump Lawsuit

June 23rd, 2017 by WCBC Radio

Thanks to broad new powers afforded Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh by the General Assembly- earlier this month he became the first state AG in the nation to file a lawsuit against the President of the United States. Frosh has sued President Donald Trump in federal court on Monday, alleging that payments by foreign governments to his global business empire violate anti-corruption provisions in the Constitution. The Attorney General used to need approval from the General Assembly or the Governor before filing a lawsuit, but that is no longer the case since state Democrats pushed to change the law that has been in place since 1864. It’s an action that clearly frustrated Governor Larry Hogan who was asked for his thoughts on the lawsuit at a recent event in Baltimore…

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