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Prince George's County eyeing $12.5 million after state accounting change

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Prince George's County is expecting to receive an additional $12.5 million after a successful bid to change the way the state accounts for county wealth. County officials have long railed against the formula Maryland uses to determine how it hands out funding. In past years, the state would take a snapshot of residents' income tax returns on Sept. 15, called net taxable income, and base its aid...

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