A debate over incentives for workers appears to have taken the steam out of a push to give Maryland manufacturers tax breaks during this year's General Assembly.
The issue of manufacturing tax breaks vaulted to prominence in January when Republican Gov. Larry Hogan pitched a plan that would have, among other provisions, eliminated corporate income taxes for 10 years for manufacturers locating in certain Empowerment Zones.
But a related bill was effectively declared dead on Thursday thanks in part to a provision that would have exempted employees at manufacturing facilities in target areas from state and local income taxes.
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