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Topic - Warren Deschenaux
Failure by Congress to avoid the "fiscal cliff" could put hundreds of thousands of people across the nation out of work, most of whom don't work for the government and don't live in federal government strongholds.
ANNAPOLIS — With lawmakers preparing for cuts if new state revenues are not found, Gov. Martin O'Malley said he is confident the state "will choose to invest in solutions that protect our quality of life."