Ep. 041 - Attorney General Brian Frosh

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Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has spent nearly three decades in public office, but his earliest inspiration came from a “quirky” place. During a conversation with Frederick Uncut guest host Allen Etzler and Frederick News-Post senior reporter Danielle E. Gaines, the attorney general talked about how politics and his worldview formed from a young age.

Frosh also detailed his office’s newly expanded powers, which include the ability to sue the federal government without first seeking approval from the governor or General Assembly.

The expanded powers — which more than 40 other state attorneys general already held — were included in a package of bills that Democratic lawmakers in Annapolis said would help counter action — or inaction — by President Donald Trump’s White House.