From The Washington Post:
A Maryland Senate panel voted to impose a three-year surcharge on the income of millionaires yesterday as part of a broader plan to repeal the state’s new tax on computer services.
The 10 to 5 vote sends the legislation, which has deeply divided Montgomery County lawmakers, to the full Senate. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert) predicted that it will be passed in the waning days of the legislative session, which is scheduled to end Monday.
Still very doubtful the tax increase passes, but if so, a couple of points:
Granted, the Tech Council of Maryland is pleased. Give them credit for hard work.
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