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 Local Government and Business Leaders Urged Congress to Find a Way to Avoid Sequester

Local government and business leaders urged Congress to find a way to avoid the sequester that will go into effect on March 1 unless action is taken. The sequester would have a damaging impact on local economies in Maryland.  At the event were (from left to right) Prince Georges County Executive Rushern Baker; Ginanne M. Italiano, president & CEO, Greater Bethesda-Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce; Gigi Godwin, president & CEO, Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce; Montgomery County Council President Nancy Navarro; Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett (at podium), and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman.  See News Release for more info.