ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – The Maryland General Assembly approved a new congressional map for the state’s eight U.S. House districts. It now goes to Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. The governor submitted a different map and said he will veto one he believes is unfair. Democrats who have a super-majority in both chambers of the General Assembly control redistricting. They backed a map approved 4-2 by a commission of legislative leaders that included four Democrats and two Republicans. Democrats say the map makes improvements to the current one, but Republicans say it’s still badly gerrymandered.