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O'Malley's PAC hires two former Center for American Progress staffers

As Gov. Martin O'Malley continues to weigh a 2016 bid for president, he has staffed his federal political action committee with two people from the liberal think-tank Center for American Progress, both of whom also have ties to presumed Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

O'Malley's O' Say Can You See PAC has hired Sarah Hill, a former Hillary Clinton policy adviser, to lead policy development, an O'Malley spokeswoman confirmed. Hill has worked for leaders of Center for American Progress and was on Hillary Clinton's policy team during the 2008 election.

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Hill was hired two months ago, and her new job was first reported Thursday by MSNBC.

O'Say Can You See also brought on Megan Adams from the Center of American Progress, who also formerly woked intern at the Clinton Foundation, to help with communications work.

Maryland's term-limited governor has openly discussed his interest in running for president and has said he plans to make a decision before he leaves office in January.

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