ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland lawmakers have overridden Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of three police reform measures. The Democrat-controlled Maryland General Assembly overrode the Republican governor’s vetoes on Saturday. The measures include the repeal of job protections in the police disciplinary process that critics say impede accountability. They include a new statewide use-of-force policy. The state also will expand public access to records in disciplinary cases and limit the use of no-knock warrants. Hogan claimed the measures would erode police morale and damage recruitment and retention. Supporters say the measures are needed to boost transparency and restore trust in police.