Good riddance, Md. gun manufacturers

If, as reported in The Sun, Maryland's gun manufacturers decide to leave the state to go to Texas ("Several states woo Md. gun makers," March 10), perhaps Texas will leave the Union and Maryland can develop an industry making something healthier than toaster pastries for kids' free breakfasts.

Judy Rhoades, Baltimore

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