The Maryland General Assembly extended open arms to business growth yesterday, overriding Gov. Ehrlich's veto of their anti-Wal-Mart health care bill:
"We don't want to kill this giant. We want this giant to behave itself," said Del. Anne Healey (D-Prince George's County), the lead sponsor in the House. "We want this giant not to be a bully."
That bully employs 17,000 citizens in your state. Maryland makes me proud to be a citizen of the Commonwealth of Virginia.