Lawmakers Override Gov. Hogan’s Veto, Changing Process to Decide Which Schools Get Built or Fixed

In the final twist of a political power struggle in Annapolis, the Maryland General Assembly on Thursday overrode Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a bill that strips away his role in awarding hundreds of millions of dollars annually in school construction projects.

The veto override ends a whirlwind political spat and changes a decades-old process to determine when schools across the state get built or renovated.