COLLEGE PARK, MD (AP) – A digital advertising tax that would pay for Maryland’s sweeping education reform was among Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes that the state’s House of Delegates overrode yesterday. The state predicts revenue as high as $250 million in the first year after implementation of the digital advertising tax, which would be the first of its kind in the U.S. from national or international companies. House Bill 732, which the House overrode, would also raise taxes on e-cigarettes and tobacco products, including bumping tax on cigarettes from $2.00 to $3.75 per pack.