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Baltimore mayor rebukes governor's letter on city's crime plan

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott are again in a war of words, this time over the implementation of the city's crime plan. While attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, the governor sent a letter Thursday to the mayor and Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, asking how state funding set aside for law enforcement has been and will be spent. Hogan is alleging no progress is being made, specifically in addressing the rising number of killings. The letter is a blistering critique of the mayor's crime-fighting plan, saying, 'At this point, I do not believe anyone -- including you -- believes it is working."
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