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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Eric G. Luedtke
House lawmakers in Maryland are considering a bill they say will help prevent petition fraud. But Republicans argue the measure is really about stifling the use of petition websites that have emerged as a crucial tool in GOP attempts to challenge laws in the majority-Democratic state.
"After fixing the budget, I think transportation should definitely be the number-one issue in the state," said Delegate Eric G. Luedtke, Montgomery Democrat. "I think most reasonable observers would agree that transportation improvements are needed."
"It sends a message to every single child in Maryland," said Delegate Eric G. Luedtke, Montgomery Democrat and middle school teacher. "We won't give up on them, and if they are willing to try, this state will do everything in our power to help them succeed."