No one should ever drive impaired. That was the message yesterday from Governor Hogan at the 19th annual Maryland Remembers ceremony. It’s held every year to honor the lives of Maryland residents who’ve lost their lives to impaired driving. Several other state officials and safety advocates attended the empowering event. One-hundred-73 people were killed on Maryland roads last year because of impaired driving. Multiple agencies have been working together to keep impaired drivers off Maryland roads.