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Why let voters get in the way with democracy?

It's really a shame! The Democratic Party led by Gov. Martin O'Malley would make it harder for referendums to make it on a ballot ("A referendum on referendums?" Nov. 13).

It's plain to see that Democrats rule this state and they don't want voters getting in the way of that.

C.D. Wilmer, Baltimore

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