$3 Rental Tax Bill Dies in Maryland Assembly

ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- The Maryland General Assembly adjourned its 90-day session last week without taking action on a proposed $3-per-transaction surcharge on car rentals.

The bill (HB 142), introduced in January, called for the fees to be administered by the state comptroller and forwarded to the Transportation Trust Fund. The bill died in the House Ways and Means Committee.

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