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Posted at 9:20 AM ET, 03/16/2010

Maryland chapter of ACORN closes

By Washington Post editors

A former leader of the Maryland chapter of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now has announced that the group will no longer operate in Maryland, the Baltimore Sun reported today.

ACORN made headlines last September after videos recorded in the group's Baltimore office showed staff members giving two conservative activists, pretending to be a pimp and prostitute, tips on how to evade taxes. Two workers in that office were fired after the video became public and was broadcast on major networks throughout the country.

By Washington Post editors  | March 16, 2010; 9:20 AM ET
 
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This acorn organization is completely corrupt,I can't believe it is still around. Come on people wake up!

Posted by: trex906 | March 16, 2010 3:10 PM | Report abuse

The WarshPost automated standards book is so tight you really can't talk about the Maryland Acorn chapter.

It's been simply amazing the number of Leftwingtards across the net who've been caught defending these people, and yet, they seem to have judged themselves unfit to survive.

Posted by: muawiyah | March 16, 2010 9:06 PM | Report abuse

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