Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has been weighing a possible presidential bid for two years, and the state's political watchers used his final State of the State Address to try and guess which way he's leaning.
Maryland governor Martin O'Malley gave his final state of the state address on Thursday, and while he took time to touch on many of his successes, he also signals his intention to tackle the minimum wage issue and fix the state's health care exchange.
The rollout of Maryland's health care exchange has been anything but smooth, and the state senate has now given approval to a measure that would give some temporary coverage while the mistakes are sorted out.
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