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The facts behind the claims in the Democratic debate
The facts behind the claims in the Democratic debate

When the Democrats running for governor met for their second three-way television debate Monday night, charges and countercharges flew – along with allegations of distortion, deception and half-truths. Doug Gansler was especially aggressive, pointing to votes Anthony Brown cast in the General Assembly more than a decade ago to make the case that Brown lacks sympathy for crime victims. Heather Mizeur avoided finger-pointing, but was the target of one of Gansler's more easily debunked – and likely intentionally sarcastic – claims. Brown again accused Gansler of favoring a $1.6 billion corporate tax "giveaway," which Gansler disputes. Here are some of...

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