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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Baltimore County
Firefighters were among those who had to be rescued Wednesday as storms flooded roads, trapping cars in rushing water and filling basements in a region still cleaning up from Hurricane Irene less than two weeks ago.
A few politicians are pumping gas-tax holidays and rebates as a way to aid drivers paying close to $4 a gallon — but in the Washington area, at least, such proposals seem to be running on empty.
ANNAPOLIS - Tough economic conditions have contributed to an unprecedented drive for the largest shares of the state's $341 million school-construction money, exposing political rifts throughout the state.
ANNAPOLIS — Tough economic conditions have contributed to an unprecedented drive for the largest shares of the state's $341 million school-construction money, exposing political rifts throughout the state.