The Cato Institute released a report grading governors across the country over their recent fiscal policies and how well they’ve tried to rein in taxes and spending. Maryland, with O’Malley [and Brown] ranked low – better than bottom placed California but WELL behind Pennsylvania, New Jersey and West Virginia. (Virginia was NOT in the analysis).
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