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Gas tax: Time for Md. to live within its means

As a resident of Cecil County, I'm tired of being taxed for the freeloader liberals of Baltimore/Baltimore County.

If the transportation trust fund wasn't raided all the time and used roads, we wouldn't need to increase taxes.

Where I live, the only way to get anywhere is pay a toll, thanks to the governor and the Maryland Transportation Authority.

As a Marine veteran, I remember that freedom doesn't come cheap, but you can't tax it into reality.

No gas tax! Learn to spend within your means and use the money for the purpose for which it is collected.

Edward M., Elkton

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