WASHINGTON — A recently enacted boost in the state personal income tax rate will likely spur Maryland residents to buy more municipal bonds sold by the state and its local governments, experts, say — if they can find them.

And while bonds issued by states with higher income taxes, like New York, California, and Massachusetts, typically trade at a premium, Maryland and those states could lose those benefits if the U.S. Supreme Court this summer decides to change the way states tax debt issued by other states.

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