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Lockheed Martin tax exemption bill passes House, heads to governor

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The Maryland General Assembly passed legislation exempting Lockheed Martin from paying about $450,000 a year in hotel taxes to Montgomery County, a measure that the Montgomery County Council shot down a year ago. The nation's largest defense contractor offers a training center at its Bethesda headquarters and has argued that lodging at the center is not a hotel since it is used for employees...

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