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Anthony Brown's image is one of failure [Letter]

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In reference to your article, "Voters yet to get clear view of Brown's vision for Md." (March 5), a clear picture of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has emerged — one of total and complete incompetence.

All you have to say is three words: Maryland Health Exchange. The cost of that has been $300 million and counting. And the lieutenant governor has been so forthcoming over this, the biggest debacle in Maryland's history, that all you hear is crickets!

Jay Johnstone, Baltimore

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