O'Malley Prepares for Maryland Tour
With the legislative session and a quick trip to Ireland behind him, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) will be returning to a campaign-like schedule, crisscrossing the state in coming weeks, aides said, to tout recent accomplishments.
His "tour," as the travel is being billed, will also take him outside of Maryland's borders on Monday, when O'Malley is scheduled to address the Center for American Progress in the District on "data-driven policymaking." As mayor of Baltimore, O'Malley pioneered a program called CityStat that uses statistical measures to hold agencies accountable.
The primary focus of the coming week will be on environmental intiatives that cleared the just-concluded session of the General Assembly. A bill signing ceremony on Tuesday will be preceded on Monday by an appearance in Howard County to discuss open space funding and a boat tour leaving Anne Arundel County on Wednesday to check out Chesapeake Bay oyster monitoring activities.
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