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Alcohol taxes in Maryland

In Maryland, the taxes on beer and wine have remained unchanged for 37 years, and its pennies-per-drink charge on hard alcohol has not budged since 1955.

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Under the influence of lobbyists, Md. unlikely to raise alcohol taxes
Article | In recent years, Maryland has raised its sales tax, income tax, corporate tax and cigarette tax; added a surcharge called the "millionaires' tax"; and created taxes on electronic bingo, tip jars and even water and septic systems -- the "flush tax."

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