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November 9th, 2006
Gov.-elect Martin O’Malley plans to fire members of the state Public Service Commission, and analysts say he will also likely clean house of current cabinet members, including the head of the Department of Business and Economic Development.
He cited the creation of thousands of jobs, work on biotechnology, nanotechnology and other high-tech development, and programs to expand Maryland exports as some of the highlights under his leadership.
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