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Montgomery County would have to give back $72 million in taxes under court ruling

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Montgomery County might have to pay back $72.5 million in taxes after Maryland's highest court ruled counties were double-taxing people who should have been exempt. The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that the state comptroller's collection of taxes on both in-state and out-of-state income is unconstitutional. The Maryland Comptroller's Office has been collecting income tax on businesses...

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