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Maryland lawmakers: Cutting tax won’t fix high gas prices

Plus: Riders evacuate after bus catches fire on I-270

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Maryland lawmakers: Cutting tax won’t fix high gas prices
Top Maryland lawmakers said Wednesday that eliminating a scheduled gas-tax increase of more than 6 cents this summer won’t solve the problem of high gas prices and would set back efforts to maintain infrastructure. [NBC4]

Riders evacuate after bus catches fire on I-270
All passengers escaped unharmed after a bus caught fire Wednesday afternoon on northbound I-270 in Montgomery County. The fire forced lane closures and blocked traffic in both directions. [WJLA]

Gaithersburg man arrested driving stolen motorcycle in downtown Silver Spring
A Gaithersburg man faces several charges after a Montgomery County Police officer spotted him driving a stolen motorcycle last weekend in downtown Silver Spring. [Source of the Spring]

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