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Maryland House passes gas tax after contentious debate

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ANNAPOLIS -- Marylanders would pay about 4 cents more per gallon under a contentious transportation plan passed by the Maryland House of Delegates on Friday. The House passed the plan -- which includes the gradual phasing in of a wholesale gas tax and tying the state's 23.5 cent per gallon excise tax to inflation -- with a 78-56 vote. It now goes to the Senate, where it has the support of...

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