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No voter appetite for Maryland referenda this year

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Voters didn't have the appetite to challenge any of the contentious laws passed by the Maryland General Assembly this year, despite the successful push to put three big-ticket laws to referendum on last year's ballot. Groups attempting to challenge Maryland's laws restricting gun ownership, repealing the death penalty and giving Prince George's County's executive more control over schools...

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