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Maryland government properties won't pay 'rain tax'

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Montgomery County businesses and nonprofits will have to pay as much as $14,000 per year to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay starting July 1, but the county and state won't have to pay the fee on their government buildings, which account for millions of square feet. The Water Quality Protection Charge -- decried as a "rain tax" by opponents -- will be charged to property owners based on how...

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