ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP)- The Maryland House of Delegates is planning to vote on three of Gov. Larry Hogan's vetoes this week.
Alexandra Hughes, House Speaker Michael Busch's spokeswoman, said Tuesday the House plans to vote Wednesday.
One bill would allow felons to register to vote when they are released from prison, while they are still on parole or probation. Hughes says the House also will vote to override a line-item veto Hogan issued for $2 million in renovations at an Anne Arundel County arts facility. She says they will vote to override a veto of a bill clarifying that Howard County's hotel rental tax applies to the total charge for a room.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller has scheduled veto override votes for Thursday.
Each chamber needs a three-fifths vote to override.