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Who is this 'O'Malley' fellow talking about speed cameras?

The Sun noted that Gov. Martin O'Malley has finally spoken up regarding the speed camera issue, especially as it pertains to Baltimore City ("O'Malley: No ticket bounties," Dec. 12).

I did not read the article. I don't pay heed to anything the governor says any more. You see, in my mind, he has already moved on to supposedly greener pastures.

Patrick R. Lynch, Nottingham

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