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Amalie Ward, parent of Baltimore City students, was one of the protesters who dressed satirically as "millionaires" to protest the "dark money" fundraiser held by Gov. Larry Hogan at Live! Casino and Hotel. The education advocates were supporting full funding of public education and social services.
Amalie Ward, parent of Baltimore City students, was one of the protesters who dressed satirically as "millionaires" to protest the "dark money" fundraiser held by Gov. Larry Hogan at Live! Casino and Hotel. The education advocates were supporting full funding of public education and social services. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

The govenor’s objection to the Kirwan Commission (“Md. governor must engage with education commission if he hopes to influence it,” Oct. 31) reminds me of a different view from Sen. Paul Sarbanes on adequately funding education: “If one thinks the cost of education is high, consider the cost of ignorance .”

Jim Smith

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