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February 11th, 2010
01:00 PM ET

Maryland Gov.: 'A lot of digging out to do'

The big blizzard may be over for the Mid-Atlantic states, but the dig-out is just beginning. Maryland was hit with nearly two feet of snow yesterday and that is on top of the two feet it got over the weekend.

It could take days, maybe weeks, to clear all the roads. Governor Martin O'Malley wants his state declared a disaster zone. He joined us on Thursday's American Morning to explain why he has stern words for anyone griping about unplowed streets.

Related: Snow misery lingers in mid-Atlantic

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