Md. Comptroller Peter Franchot Says He Is Considering A Run For Governor
Governor Martin O'Malley is expected to sign the state's new income tax hike into law next week. He called the General Assembly into special session this week to raise taxes to avoid cuts in 2013 budget. State comptroller Peter Franchot was among those objecting to the tax hike, and he tells Political Reporter Pat Warren he is considering a run for governor himself.
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