Jobs, the Economy, and States
Maryland Governor and Democratic Governor Association Chair Martin O’Malley briefed reporters on jobs, the economy, the 2012… read more
Maryland Governor and Democratic Governor Association Chair Martin O’Malley briefed reporters on jobs, the economy, the 2012 election, and how his state was able to cut $6.8 billion in spending. In his remarks he argued in favor of dealing with the recession by government investment coupled with spending cuts, saying that cuts alone are not fiscally responsible. close
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