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A Quinnipiac University poll shows the Maryland governor in the back of the pack regardless of whether or not Hillary Clinton decides to run in 2016.
The effort to place the issue on the ballot will be led by Democratic Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger and Washington County Republican Del. Neil Parrott.
DREAM Act, expanded gambling and congressional redistricting also survive referendum challenges.
The county is on track to break its 2010 early-voting numbers, but it lags behind most Maryland counties that have already surpassed their previous numbers.
Comptroller says Maryland "is the poster child for gerrymandering" and urges voters to vote no on Question 5.
"Concerns are everywhere," said Del. Frank Turner, chairman of the House Ways and Means subcommittee on Gaming Law and Regulation.
O'Malley says session, which begins on August 9, will be about job creation and funding for schools.
A suit filed by Democratic Senators Delores Kelley and Jim Brochin says the plan violates the Maryland Constitution.
Incumbents Cummings, Harris, Ruppersberger, and Sarbanes also lock up primary wins.
The law goes to the governor for signature and a likely referendum challenge.
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