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Top tax scofflaws owe Md. $21 million, comptroller says

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Maryland has lost $21 million to the 50 individuals and corporations who owe the most in unpaid taxes, the comptroller's office announced Thursday. Comptroller Peter Franchot publishes the list of 50 scofflaws -- referred to as the "Caught in the Web" list -- every six months to shame the delinquents into paying up, said spokeswoman Caron Brace. The office has collected more than $26.5 million...

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