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Md. banks $400m surplus, higher taxes still on tap

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Maryland finished last fiscal year $400 million in the black, according to figures released Thursday, but residents still face the prospect of higher taxes in coming months as officials struggle to lift the state out of the economic doldrums. The state's general fund revenue was $314 million more than expected, said Comptroller Peter Franchot, which, coupled with transfers and other fiscal...

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