ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has vetoed more than a dozen measures passed by the General Assembly. The vetoes announced Friday include one for a bill aimed at creating greater transparency in emergency procurements — like the one that made headlines when Hogan confidentially purchased 500,000 COVID-19 tests from South Korea. The bill would require the governor to provide a legislative panel notice within 72 hours after the execution of the contract or the expenditure of the funds when authorizing a certain emergency procurement during a state of emergency. Hogan says “extraordinary measures were necessary to keep Marylanders safe from this deadly virus.”