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Those who supported the gas tax should be voted out of office

Even during the taxing orgy called the legislative session, I am shocked that Maryland legislators nearly doubled the gas tax when gas prices hover near $4 a gallon ("General Assembly approves gas tax hike" Mar 29). People should be taking to the streets over this. Everyone that supported this bill should be voted out of office. It is now clear to me that retirement in this state is not an option. There is no amount of income that could possibly keep pace with the greed of the Maryland government.

John Matthews

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