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Bill would allow Baltimore to use road taxes for school construction

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Legislation that would allow new transit authorities to raise property taxes in Baltimore and the Washington suburbs would allow Charm City to use its earnings to fund schools instead of roads. Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., D-Prince George's and Calvert counties, is sponsoring a bill to apply a 3 percent sales tax to gas sales, allow counties to raise their own gas tax up...

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