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In Martin O’Malley, the Social Security Administration gets its numbers cruncher

July 28, 2023

When Martin O’Malley was first elected Maryland’s governor in 2006, he quickly found his state in the throes of an economic recession, with multibillion-dollar government budget deficits projected for years ahead and a statewide transportation system chronically underfunded — a legacy of expanded (but not fully financed) highway and transit construction by his predecessors.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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