O'Malley has a five-year plan 

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is announcing a five-year plan for economic development built on recommendations by a state-appointed commission.

"The plan outlines four key strategies to create and retain jobs and position Maryland as a leader in the new economy," according to O'Malley's office.

The governor will unveil his economic blueprint in Baltimore on Thursday alongside the city's mayor and the Maryland Economic Development Commission, the group that helped craft the plan over the last two years.

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