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Hogan Reflects on a Year of Hardship and Political Volatlity

January 4th, 2021 by WCBC Radio

2020 is now in the books and by all accounts there was little positive to take away from the past twelve months. The Coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses to close; jobs were lost, kids learned from home, hospitals overflowed and more than 300,000 Americans died. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says although there are still some challenges ahead, he is optimistic a return to normalcy is close at hand. A  potential candidate for the White House in 2024, the Republican governor gained more of a national profile last year — heading the Governor’s Association during the early days of the outbreak, verbally sparring with President Donald Trump, writing and promoting a best-selling book and appearing frequently on popular national news programs…