Some involved measures aimed at fighting crime
Annapolis, MD (AP) — The Maryland Senate has voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a measure to fund a first-in-the-nation state board that focuses on making high-cost prescription drugs more affordable. The veto override Friday was among more than a dozen approved by the Senate in the first week of the General Assembly’s legislative session. Others related to measures aimed at fighting crime. The Senate plans to take up additional veto overrides later in the session. The House of Delegates will still have override the vetoes for the measures to become law.
By The Associated Press