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So long to the 'People's Republic of Maryland'

I and other retired veterans residing in Maryland will soon be seeking another state in which to live due to the disproportionate impact of the state's new tax legislation on retired veterans.

Having served my country for more than 25 years, I find that the People's Republic of Maryland views me as wealthy merely because I have gainful post-retirement employment in addition to my previously-earned retirement income.

I moved 16 times in my military career, so I'm well versed in voting with my feet.

Gerald Sohan, Bowie

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