Virginia isn’t just for lovers. It’s for people who love money:
Maryland accounted for the largest taxpayer exodus of any state in the region between 2007 and 2010, with a net migration resulting in 31,000 residents having left the state. Where did most of them go? Virginia. Virginia is now home to nearly 11,500 former Marylanders—a shift of $390 million from the tax rolls of one state to another, according to the non-partisan Tax Foundation.
If there’s a broader lesson in this, I’m sure your typical progressive couldn’t find it with both hands.