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Baltimore has retirement appeal | READER COMMENTARY

The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. September 15, 2020. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun).
The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. September 15, 2020. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun). (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)

As a Republican, I actually agree with The Baltimore Sun’s recent editorial, “Maryland retirement: Is it really the worst in the nation?” (July 23). That’s one of the first. My top reason for staying is that my children and grandchildren remain in Maryland. Why would I leave?

Also, you missed an important point. Maryland has world class medical care. With the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins medical centers, why would I leave at my retirement age?

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Stephen J. Salamon, Timonium

The writer is past chair of the Maryland Health Care Commission.

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