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Montgomery County residents, nonprofits fight 'rain tax'

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A proposed Montgomery County bill would cost churches and nonprofit organizations thousands of dollars a year in taxes to improve the county's water quality, raising ire among residents and lawmakers. A proposed expansion of the Water Quality Protection Charge -- dubbed the "rain tax" by residents -- would require commercial businesses and nonresidential property owners to pay an annual fee...

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