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MLA was one of the first legal services organizations in the country to adopt a human rights framework for its promotion. If you need additional help or have questions about your return, you can contact Taxpayer Service at 410-260-7980 from Central Maryland or 1-800-MD TAXES from another location. Maryland Nonprofits advocates for the allocation of funds and the creation of a new statewide intermediary organization that will administer new grants for non-profit organizations and assume, where appropriate, the grantmaking and contracting functions currently performed by other government agencies. This organization will provide support to Central Maryland residents by helping them access resources they need to advocate for their rights.