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August 31, 2011

Biz leaders tell Assembly: Don't raise taxes

Chamber and Board of Trade types told legislators to be more like Virginia, Megan Poinski reports. Another message was one that doesn't get heard as often: Frequent fiddling with the business tax codes is also a burden. Businesses want consistency. Nick Sohr's story in the Daily Record on the same hearing is here. (Subscription required.)

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About Jay Hancock
Jay Hancock has been a financial columnist for The Baltimore Sun since 2001. He has also been The Baltimore Sun's diplomatic correspondent in Washington and its chief economics writer. Before moving to Baltimore in 1994 he worked for The Virginian-Pilot of Norfolk and The Daily Press of Newport News.

His columns appear Tuesdays and Sundays.

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