Hopefully some of you have been following the GAs ongoing quest to strip Hogan of as many powers as Governor that he has. As they fully suspect that he will be elected to a second term. Which of couse they will restore as soon as a Dem is Governor again. But that is another story.
So about the story....
So Frosh on his own....decides to sue. Then gives a 10 day notice to the Governor that he does plan to sue. Then expects Hogan to respond about something he has no input or control about. And then wonders why Hogan blew him off.
Talk about chutzpah. Or is it typical Democrat trap setting?
Though he can now act on his own authority, Frosh is required to give the governor a 10-day notification in advance of a lawsuit, whenever possible. Frosh said he notified Hogan, but received no response.
A spokeswoman for the governor declined to comment on the merits of the legal action, but explained why Hogan did not offer the attorney general his opinion.
“We didn't respond because the legislature in their infinite wisdom saw fit to remove the governor’s historical authority over this process,” spokeswoman Amelia Chasse said in an email.- See more at: http://digitaleditio...h.faiH5sS4.dpuf
Edited by Guido2, 11 March 2017 - 11:26 AM.