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The GOP's Stockholm Syndrome in the Maryland legislature
The GOP's Stockholm Syndrome in the Maryland legislature

I wrote last week about the choice that Maryland voters will have this year between the higher taxes and feckless spending of our state's Democratic monopoly and the Republican alternative. Central to the MDGOP's campaign theme this year will be strident opposition to the monopoly running Annapolis. As the General Assembly session begins, voters looking for an alternative to the one-party rule in our state are watching the actions of outnumbered Republican caucuses in each chamber.  Among the first votes in each year's session is the election of the officers for each body, the Speaker of the House of Delegates and the President of the Senate.   While no one...

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