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O'Malley's legacy: taxes, taxes and more taxes

If Gov. Martin O'Malley succeeds in his plan to increase the gas tax by 60 percent and index it to inflation, he will have cemented his legacy: Making Maryland the highest-taxed state in the nation.

Congratulations, Governor O'Malley.

M. Link, Baltimore

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