O'Malley: General Assembly Failed to Advance the Common Good

The Governor offers his take on the 2012 General Assembly with a specific focus on the budget, with just over an hour to the close.

As the clock ticks down to midnight in Annapolis, Maryland lawmakers are scrambling to pass the state's budget. 

With just over an hour to go, Gov. Martin O'Malley met with State House reporters to give his take on the 2012 legislative session, speaking specifically about the budget. (See video)

Be sure to check back with Patch for a full recap of the 2012 General Assembly.

What issues were most important to you? How would you grade lawmakers' decisions? Start the conversation in the comments section below.

JH April 10, 2012 at 12:04 PM
Taxes are already way too high in Maryland. Too much waste and fraud in Maryland Medicaid and other programs. And too many freeloaders and deadbeats that don't pay any state income taxes. Just say no to higher taxes.


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