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Delegate proposes alcohol tax increase in Maryland

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    Maryland is considering a new tax on alcohol.

    If it's passed in the upcoming legislative session, the $90 million raised by the 5-cent tax proposed by Delegate Bill Bronrott would be used to pay for drug and alcohol treatment and services for people with developmental disabilities.

    New Alcohol Tax Proposed in Maryland

    [DC] New Alcohol Tax Proposed in Maryland
    Montgomery County Delegate Bill Bronrott sponsored a 5 cent alcohol tax that would support agencies that serve those who are developmentally disabled and treat drug and alcohol addictions. (Published Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009)

    The last time Maryland raised taxes on beer and wine was 1972.