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O'Malley's stand on guns will end his political career

Gov. Martin O'Malley has shown the courage to put his anti-gun convictions ahead of his political aspirations ("Senate OKs bill to curb firearms," March 1).

But he surely he must understand that this legislation, for which he is now responsible, will make him a toxic candidate for any future political office.

James B. Astrachan, Baltimore

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