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Hogan Meets Baltimore Community Leaders on Crime Issues

February 3rd, 2020 by WCBC Radio

This morning, Governor Larry Hogan met with community leaders at Broadway Diner in Baltimore City to discuss ways to address the city’s ongoing violent crime crisis. Holding violent criminals accountable will be a focus of the governor’s sixth State of the State Address, which he will deliver at noon on Wednesday, February 5.

“The number one concern of the people of Baltimore City—and all Marylanders—is crime,” said Governor Hogan. “Citizens are demanding more accountability for the violent criminals who are shooting and killing people on the streets of this city. This is the most important priority of the legislative session, and it will be a focus of my State of the State address on Wednesday.”

Participants in today’s breakfast included Rev. Al Hathaway, Pastor of Union Baptist Church, Bishop J.L. Carter, President of the Ministers' Conference of Baltimore, Rev. Cleveland Mason, President of the United Baptist Missionary Convention, Jules Howie and Wanda Best of the Upton Planning Committee, Arch McKown of the Patterson Park Neighborhood Association, and Alex Smith, President of the Atlas Restaurant Group.

2 Responses to “Hogan Meets Baltimore Community Leaders on Crime Issues”

  1. February 03, 2020 at 4:54 pm, Martin D Fornwalt said:

    LIBERAL STATE! WE NEED THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS WE ALREADY HAVE! WE NEED THIS NATION WIDE! GET THESE PANTY WASTED JUDGES AND DO GOOD’ERS OUT! START PUTTING AND KEEPING SCUMBAGS IN PRISON! AND KEEP THEM THERE! REINSTATE A QUICK AND SWIFT DEATH PENALTY. YOU KILL DOING A CRIME! YOU WILL LOSS YOUR LIFE!

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  2. February 03, 2020 at 4:58 pm, Brian said:

    He should also come to Cumberland and ask about all the Baltimore criminal transplants that are here and take them back to Baltimore and keep them there

    Reply

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