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Ehrlich Names Transition Team Leaders

Maryland State House dome The State House dome (Courtesy Maryland State Archives)

The bipartisan group's aim is to guarantee a seamless passing of the state leadership baton. So far, Gov.-elect Bob Ehrlich has not divulged who will get Cabinet slots.

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Published 05/17/02; last updated: 03/12/07 09:03 AM

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