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A taxing matter (access required)

The governor has telegraphed his fiscal punch – a sales tax rate increase plus extending the tax to cover a host of goods and services not currently taxed. What do you think? Is this the way to go? Do you ...

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A taxing matter (access required)

The governor has telegraphed his fiscal punch – a sales tax rate increase plus extending the tax to cover a host of goods and services not currently taxed. What do you think? Is this the way to go? Do you ...

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Someone please stop the bleeding (access required)

In the latest blow to Maryland’s film and TV industry, Discovery Communication’s TLC channel is moving to LA, taking about a third of its 50 employees. This comes less than two weeks after HBO’s crime drama “The Wire” wrapped up ...

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Someone please stop the bleeding (access required)

In the latest blow to Maryland’s film and TV industry, Discovery Communication’s TLC channel is moving to LA, taking about a third of its 50 employees. This comes less than two weeks after HBO’s crime drama “The Wire” wrapped up ...

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All the good villainy – gone (access required)

One group’s suffering at the hands of technology seems to have transpired in relative silence: ‘80s movie villains. Where have all the great villains gone? Into a world of lameness – that’s where. And technology is to blame. So is ...

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All the good villainy – gone (access required)

One group’s suffering at the hands of technology seems to have transpired in relative silence: ‘80s movie villains. Where have all the great villains gone? Into a world of lameness – that’s where. And technology is to blame. So is ...

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Flash from the past (access required)

It’s a new day in Maryland politics… well, maybe not. A little under six months into the reign of Governor Martin O’Malley somebody must have forgotten to pass the good news on to the folks over at the State of ...

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