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Maryland taxpayers could see refunds as attorney general weighs appeal

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Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is weighing an appeal of a decision by the state's highest court that would cost the state's counties and Baltimore City $128 million in taxes. Maryland's Court of Appeals ruled in January that the state must offer credits to taxpayers whose out-of-state income is subject to local piggyback taxes, and it rejected Gansler's request to reconsider the ruling...

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