Maryland Gov. Wes Moore talks crime, education, healthcare and more on FOX 5

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore visited the FOX 5 studios on Thursday to talk about his administration’s work on crime, education, and healthcare.

Moore also discussed his relationship with former Gov. Larry Hogan who recently announced that he will run for U.S. Senate.

The Governor also spoke about President Joe Biden’s 2024 reelection bid, and the winning ways of the Orioles and Ravens.

Earlier this week, Moore testified in support of measures aimed at making housing more affordable and protecting renters, some of the governor’s top priorities this legislative session.

He also recently highlighted $90 million in funds to help reach the state’s ambitious goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to fight climate change.

In January, before the Maryland General Assembly gathered for its 90-day legislative session, Moore outlined measures he is prioritizing to improve public safety, including a new statewide center to help prevent gun violence.


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