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Maryland: the worst legislature?

Maryland's General Assembly is "way out in front" as the worst state legislature in the U.S., according to a columnist for the Wall Street Journal Editorial Page's online

Writer John H. Fund points to the reversal of the governor's veto of the Wal-Mart bill and in particular three election bills that he says "make Maryland the nation's prime example of Election Day irresponsibility."

Most troubling, Fund says, is the passage of legislation that allows voters to cast ballots at any polling place with a provisional ballot. He goes on to explore what he calls Maryland's "hardball history" of voter fraud.

By Ann Marimow  |  February 10, 2006; 6:59 AM ET
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