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Maryland legislature overrides Hogan’s veto on education and advertising bills


Internet companies, media companies and business booster groups have campaigned heavily against the digital advertising tax, running ads online and sending thousands of emails to lawmakers. They worked together under the umbrella of a group called the Marylanders for Tax Fairness. The Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association, of which The Baltimore Sun is a member, is part of the coalition.


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