The Washington Times - August 18, 2008, 02:43PM

Organizers for the Maryland Association of Counties crab feast Friday delivered a whopping 90 bushels of crabs to more than 1,400 hungry pols, staffers and family members.

The feast started under dark storm clouds before a quick, yet potent, rainstorm blew through. By the end of the conference, Saturday, the sun was shining bright. A possible metaphor for budget troubles which have blanketed the nation?

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Here’s my dispatch today on the state’s ongoing budget troubles and county worries.

Tom LoBianco, Maryland political reporter, The Washington Times