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If Gansler should apologize, so should The Sun

Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler should not have to apologize for his recorded comments about Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown despite calls for one from the Brown Campaign ("Gansler under fire for taped comments about Brown," Aug. 14). Mr. Gansler didn't say anything worse than what The Sun printed about former Lt. Governor Michael Steele. The Sun didn't apologize and neither should Mr. Gansler.

C.D. Wilmer, Baltimore

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