The candidates are divided on mass transportation
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The candidates are divided on mass transportation

Gov. Martin O'Malley stresses the importance of light rail, while former governor Bob Ehrlich explains why his plan for a rapid bus system is better than O'Malley's proposal at the Maryland Gubernatorial Debate hosted by Washington Post Live on Oct. 14, 2010. (The Washington Post)

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