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Md. revenue grows thanks to income tax hike

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ANNAPOLIS -- Maryland revenues are increasing more than expected -- with a surplus instead of a budget gap predicted for next fiscal year -- largely due to retroactive income tax increases on residents earning more than $100,000. While many state leaders were celebrating the increase of nearly $161 million for this fiscal year and next, Comptroller Peter Franchot warned that there is still a...

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