4-11-11: Governor Martin O’Malley

April 11, 2011 at 8:39 am Leave a comment

The Maryland General Assembly’s 90-day session comes to an end tonight. Seventy-seven days ago, Governor Martin O’Malley announced his legislative agenda: pension reform, a venture capital tax credit program, a requirement for utilities to buy offshore wind power, and more.

Some of his initiatives have been passed, some have been rejected. The fate of others will be decided today, and this morning, he joins Sheilah to discuss them.

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