O'Malley urges tough budget choices, septic limits

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Posted by: Posted by Megen Donovan - Feb 14, 2011 - 4:11 PM PST
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by Megen Donovan - Feb. 14, 2011

There were a lot of the same quotes used from the State of the State Address as in other articles in the same time frame. However, backing into the story from an economic viewpoint was a nice change. It makes the reader think, ask questions. At first I was unsure about mentioning the funds for public education, but as I read on I saw that the author used that as something of a transition into how Maryland lawmakers are "raiding the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund."

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