Do you support the findings of the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education? Are you committed to funding associated reforms, and if so, how?
Mohorovic: I am not familiar with the work of this Commision.
Is Maryland’s transportation spending appropriately balanced between roads and transit? Does the state have the resources to meet its transportation needs? With the cancellation of the Red Line and the advent of BaltimoreLink, is the Baltimore region adequately served by transit?
Mohorovic: In my thoughts, funding first for roads then transit because more individuals travel by roads. The transit option needs to improve its negative image of not being safe. Without seeing a proposed capital and operating budget predicting if transit funds are adequate is not possible. Be it is the Red Line or the Baltimore Link transit service is limited from point A to B Unlike traveling by personal vehicles - cars, carpooling or bike travel.
Do you support the legalization of recreational marijuana?
Mohorovic: Medical marijuana yes. Recreational mariguana is not ready for prime time availability. The current opioid crisis must end first.
At a time when the federal government’s commitment to Chesapeake Bay restoration is questionable, what new steps should Maryland take to protect this resource?
Mohorovic: Pennsylvania needs to step up with Maryland as a full partner to protect this resource
What steps should Maryland take to ensure the broadest possible access to affordable health care?
Mohorovic: Health care providers need to adjust the price of their services downward.
What role should the state play in helping Baltimore address violent crime?
Mohorovic: The State needs to limit judicial appointments to a ten year term only one time. And no probation option for gun crimes.
How would you characterize Maryland’s business climate? What can the state do to foster the creation of more family-supporting jobs?
Mohorovic: Corporate Marylannd can partner with the education community to create from school to an apprenticeship program to a skilled trade.
Do you support the creation of a non-partisan, independent body to draw legislative and congressional district maps after each census?
Does the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights adequately balance protections for police and the public? Should it be changed, and if so, how?
Mohorovic: This is a forever evolving document and subject to periodic review and update.
What strategy would you adopt to address the opioid addiction and overdose crisis?
Mohorovic: Addiction is an illness and needs to be treated medically.
What if anything should the state do to address income inequality?
Mohorovic: Advocates and legislators need to continue resolving income inequality through legislation.
Do the state’s Public Information Act and open meetings laws adequately ensure Marylanders’ ability to exercise oversight of the government?
Mohorovic: I can say my experience with this subject has been adequate.