Maryland sales tax and revenue receipts in September were $163.4 million, an increase of almost 11% over the previous September level of $142.2 million, according to Louis Goldstein, the state's comptroller.

The increase in September revenue, which represents August retail activity, is the fastest rate of growth in the state since February of last year, Goldstein said.

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