Gov. Larry Hogan made it clear Wednesday that he's not happy with the status of some bills languishing in the General Assembly while others move along. The governor said he's in the mood to engage, listen and compromise, but he also warned that if a paid-sick-leave bill other than his own version lands on his desk, he'll veto it. But it's his version of paid sick leave that appears unlikely to make it out of committee. He called the House and Senate versions unacceptable.