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Red Maryland year in review: January

¿     Maryland leads the nation in education spending, but not necessarily achievement.

¿     Democrats in the Maryland General Assembly began to go after referendum process after the 2012 success of MDPetitions.com in petitioning issues to the ballots.

¿     Thanks to high tobacco tax rates, Maryland was found to be a leader in cigarette smuggling.

¿     Red Maryland broadcast live from the 2013 MDCAN Turning the Tides Conference, which included a protest by former Delegate Saqib Ali over the inclusion of Pamela Gellar as a speaker.

¿     As always with the Democrats there are lies, damned lies, and budget numbers

¿     State Sandwich debacle

¿     Former MTV VJ Kennedy was a guest on The Broadside. Really!

¿     Red Maryland showed that the Gas Tax numbers just don’t work.

¿     Politico assisted Governor O’Malley in continuing to present Maryland in a more favorable light than it deserves.

¿     Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold was found guilty.

¿     Secretary  Larry Hogan joined us on the January 31st episode of Red Maryland Radio to discuss the State of the State address.

Red Maryland has strived to be the premier blog and radio network of conservative and Republican politics and ideas in the free state since 2007. Its posts appear here regularly.

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