Gov. Larry Hogan and the state’s top two lawmakers approved plans to take down the controversial statue, which depicts a slavery-defending former U.S. Supreme Court justice. The memorial is located on the State House grounds in Annapolis.
Maybe we can talk about flying the confederate flag (which aren’t displayed in an official capacity in Maryland), but removing confederate statues is right out! Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he supports taking some st...
Workers removed four statues linked to the Confederacy, hauling away monuments that honored Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Roger B. Taney, author of the Supreme Court's Dred Scott opinion.
Decision comes amid pressure from state lawmakers following deadly white nationalists rally in Charlottesville
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is asking for the removal of a statue of the Supreme Court justice who wrote a decision upholding slavery that sits on the front law of … Click to Continue »