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Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Up is Down

The Gazette, not known for its inclination to champion progressive causes, can surprise you from time to time. This week, for instance, it has a page 1 piece on polluting power plants in Maryland and how their regulation, or lack thereof, may become a factor in the gubernatorial race. Now before you get as excited as I did at the beginning, you should know that it muddles a bit, but it's a nice departure from much of the stuff there.