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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 - Democratic General Assembly
Maryland moving toward gas-tax hike for transportation needs; D.C. council pins hopes on new agency; Report: Virginia must improve Medicaid program; Md. Rep. Edwards critical of redistricting map; Agents at Dulles find 245 grams of cocaine in doorknob; Poll: Most Marylanders want wind energy; McDonnell invites Obama to tour quake damage; Metro released proposed changes to station names.
Maryland Rep. Donna F. Edwards, Democrat, said Tuesday she does not endorse a congressional redistricting map by a governor-appointed panel because it fails to adequately represent minorities.
Maryland is on a path to become the Shakedown State. The current administration stands for tax increases, big spending and speed cameras on every street corner. Tomorrow, voters should insist on returning to a path of limited government, economic freedom and individual liberty. They can do that with a vote for Bob Ehrlich, the former Republican governor seeking to replace Gov. Martin O'Malley, a Democrat.