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Change Maryland released a new TV ad today educating the public on Governor Hogan’s vital traffic relief program. The spot, titled “The Best Way Forward,” is part of a six-figure TV and digital ad campaign promoting Governor Hogan’s plan to fix Maryland’s traffic crisis. “Returning to normalcy cannot mean returning to soul-crushing, worst-in-the-nation traffic,” said Change Maryland Spokesman David Weinman. “Governor Hogan’s traffic relief plan is the best way forward to ensure less traffic and cleaner air while keeping all current lanes free and without imposing costs on the taxpayers.
An editorial from The Washington Post praises Governor Hogan’s traffic relief program as the “best way forward” for Maryland. Governor Hogan is continuing to advance this vital transit project, which would “rebuild and widen the nearly 60-year-old American Legion Bridge over the Potomac, and connect it to new high-occupancy toll lanes to widen the adjoining portion of the Beltway and Interstate 270 north to Frederick.” Under Governor Hogan’s leadership, Maryland has moved forward on all the top priority transportation projects in the state.
The Washington Examiner reports that Governor Hogan is fighting to give every Maryland child the opportunity to safely get back into the classroom, blaming teacher union bosses for blocking evidence-based reopening plans. Although the authority to open schools rests with elected school boards, every country school district has been authorized by the State of Maryland to resume in-person instruction since August. As Governor Hogan discussed on CNN last night, Maryland has also provided more than $1 billion to upgrade school buildings, sent one million COVID-19 test kits to school districts, and moved teachers to the front of the line for vaccinations.