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Sales tax or gas tax? How about none of the above?

In answer to the Sun's question to it's readers, "would you rather see Maryland sales tax rise or see the gas tax rise?" ("Annapolis gridlock," Jan. 3), I say, "None of the above!"

Why won't one of the most expensive states to live in even consider cutting spending, for once, instead of continually shoving it's greedy paws into the pockets of hard working Marylanders? What's wrong with eliminating all the pork that is unilaterally heralded by our almost entirely Democratic government?

Please stop the wasteful spending, reduce the budget, and stop trying to balance the budget on our backs!

Gail Householder, Marriottsville

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