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Recently, Nicole Polizzi, better known as “Snooki” from the hit MTV reality show, Jersey Shore, endured some hairballs when she was arrested for disorderly conduct and ridiculed for her anti-Obama statement about the tanning tax.
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Analyzing the Rationale for the 10% Excise Tax on Indoor Tanning (or: Why Snooki Looks Less Orange Now)
On July 30, 2010 By Kevin Lumpkin July 30, 2010
Taxing sin is nothing new – anyone who buys cigarettes, alcohol, or even gambles can tell you that. In recent years, the traditional sin taxes have begun to expand, with suggestions to begin taxing things like high-sugar sodas. So when Congress passed the Patient Protection and Affordable [...]Continue Reading →
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