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P.G., Maryland work to keep software firm in county

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Prince George's County and Maryland officials are ponying up some money to make sure that the District and Virginia keep their hands off one of the county's economic success stories. The state has proposed lending Beltsville software company Vocus up to $500,000, and the County Council has introduced legislation to authorize a county loan of up to $100,000. About 700 of the company's 1,200...

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