Brown makes history as Maryland's first Black attorney general

Anthony Brown has committed his life to public service in Maryland and has held a number of leadership positions -- but this one makes history. Brown was sworn in Tuesday to become Maryland's 47th attorney general, the first Black person to hold the office. Brown said he's ready to work, and one of his goals is to right inequity. Outgoing Gov. Larry Hogan administered the oath of office to Brown during a ceremony that acknowledged the history-making occasion. There were many in the chamber at the State House who know what it's like to be the first, including the first Black woman to be speaker of the House, Adrienne Jones, and the first Black governor-elect, Wes Moore.