Obama to meet with O’Malley, Democratic governors

ANNAPOLIS — President Barack Obama will meet with Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and other Democratic governors at the White House to discuss job creation.

Obama plans to meet with O’Malley, who chairs the Democratic Governors Association, and the governors of 11 other states and American Samoa on Friday afternoon.

The White House said Thursday that the group will talk about how to coordinate federal and state efforts to spur job growth. Other Democrats scheduled to attend the meeting include Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.

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  1. Hey O’Malley,
    To honestly increase business in Maryland, we have to become a business friendly state. Currently, we are no match for Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia or West Virginia. The only way you are going to bring more jobs to Maryland and create job growth is if you make us a business-friendly state. High taxation for businesses and their workers (if some are to relocate) is not appealing when they have much better choices in any direction (north, south, east or west). Please consider that.
    All the best with your meeting!

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