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    Baltimore Sun

    Maryland Senate passes response to federal tax overhaul ...
    Baltimore Sun
    A measure to increase standard tax deductions has passed the Maryland Senate as part of the state's response to the federal tax overhaul.
    Maryland Senate passes response to federal tax overhaulWTOP

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    Washington Post

    This Maryland town raised taxes about 800% on select businesses. Now it's getting sued.
    Washington Post
    Several business owners are suing the small town of Seat Pleasant, Md., for an approximately eightfold property tax increase they allege is unlawful and designed to shut down their businesses. The owners of a discount market, a Chinese takeout ...

    Washington Post

    Maryland Senate approves state budget proposal that gives $200 million more for education
    Washington Post
    The Maryland Senate unanimously approved a $44.5 billion budget Thursday that allocates $200 million in new education funding, using additional tax revenue that state residents are expected to pay as a result of changes in the federal tax code. Gov ...
    Senate unanimously passes $44.5 billion state

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    Baltimore Sun

    Maryland may require future presidential candidates to make their tax returns public to appear on state ballot
    Baltimore Sun
    A proposed law requiring presidential candidates to make their tax returns public in order to appear on Maryland's ballot has advanced in the state Senate. Senators gave the measure preliminary approval Thursday. The bill could receive final Senate ...
    A jab at Trump? If you don't release your tax returns, you could be left off the presidential ballot in Md.Washington Post

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