Governor Larry Hogan plans to sign 222 bills passed by the Maryland General Assembly today. Among them is a repeal of the state song. Lawmakers voted to ditch “Maryland, My Maryland” as the state song due to its pro-Confederacy lyrics. Hogan is also set to sign a bill allowing restaurants to continue selling carry-out alcohol. The measure extends a change that went into effect last year to help struggling bars and restaurants stay afloat during the pandemic.