ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Hogan is anticipated to replace Maryland’s efforts to fight anti-Asian hate and bias crimes Monday.
The governor might be joined by former U.S. Lawyer Robert Ok. Hur when he offers the replace at 10:30 a.m. on the State Home in Annapolis.
In April, Governor Hogan introduced the forming of a workgroup, headed up by Hur, to look into an increase in anti-Asian hate and bias crimes that began with the pandemic.
WJZ will carry you the governor’s information convention when it begins. You’ll be able to stream it on CBSN Baltimore.