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The phone number to call with questions for the governor is at is (800) 926-0629. Callers should call at 7:30 p.m.; the program will run for 25 minutes.

O'Malley has had mixed results this year in advancing his agenda in the Democrat-run General Assembly. The legislature has shelved two of his key measures to crack down on septic system pollution and mandate utilities buy offshore wind energy. Lawmakers are still debating his plan to establish a high-tech venture fund.

The General Assembly is scheduled to end its session at midnight Monday.

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