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Tony O'Donnell, who has been minority leader in the Maryland House of Delegates since 1997, has been a regular critic of the spending policies of the House's Democrat-controlled chamber.
When O'Donnell announced his U.S. House bid in December of 2011, he said politicians in Washington have lost touch by spending too much money without thinking of the consequences to citizens. He says it's time for the government to make sacrifices and reduce spending.
In March of 2012, he criticized a proposed state revenue package that included an income tax hike on people who make more than $100,000, saying it would hurt people who are still trying to bounce back from the recession.
The state's official translation is misleading.
Over three days, event put on display how factions within GOP still struggle to find path out of wilderness.
'Dancing Through It' by Jenifer Ringer provides a glimpse into the fragile psyche of a dancer
Because Republicans lost their mind and Democrats lost their soul.
For humanity's sake.
The state now argues that a 2006 referendum approved by voters violates the U.S. Constitution.
Bipartisan, budget-busting agreement will slash billions in spending and prop up 16 million farming jobs.
If the state's legalization of the drug for recreational use succeeds, other states could quickly follow suit.
PROJECT: Wilson Andrews, Jason Bartz, Ryan Kellett, Katie Parker, Leslie Passante and Serdar Tumgoren - The Washington Post. Published Oct. 8, 2012.
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