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Cardin should stop meddling in Russia

Sen. Ben Cardin is Maryland's joke on the USA. Instead of working for the interests of his state he finds it necessary to meddle into the internal affairs of Russia, which I certain is quaking in its boots over Mr. Cardin's human rights measure ("Senate approves Cardin human rights bill," Dec. 6). Get serious, Mr. Cardin, and put some effort into the huge problems facing the country.

F. Cordell, Lutherville

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