From The Baltimore Sun:
The House of Delegates yesterday gave preliminary approval to a slimmed-down version of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget, voting down a Republican amendment to repeal the computer services tax through additional budget cuts.
But multiple efforts to scrap the unpopular levy are still under way in Annapolis, with some support building around the idea to tap the $400 million Transportation Trust Fund to pay for a repeal of the $200 million expansion of the sales tax to computer services.
See, if you let the roads deteriorate, then all the computer service businesses will find it hard to move to Delaware.
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