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O'Malley: Maryland roads need higher gas taxes now

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ANNAPOLIS - Maryland can't afford to wait any longer to fix its crumbling roads and bridges, and raising the gasoline tax is the fix the state needs, Gov. Martin O'Malley told state lawmakers Wednesday.Joined by county leaders and several business owners, the governor defended his proposal to add the state's 6 percent sales tax to the cost of gasoline before House and Senate panels amid waning...

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