Top court OKs extra tax on nonresidents

Maryland’s highest court on Thursday upheld a piggyback tax on nonresidents, which brought in nearly $50 million last year and an estimated $500 million since it was enacted in 2004. The challengers — three partners in Philadelphia-based Saul Ewing LLP, and their spouses — claimed the tax is unconstitutional because out-of-state taxpayers wind up contributing more ...

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