Taxing strip clubs, booze & e-cigs: the arrogant & greedy team up to take your money

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There is a theory that says the tax laws should be used to do one thing: raise revenue to pay for public services. Taxes should not be used to engineer society, promote social agendas, foster economic development, or help anyone in particular. This theory has merit. Adherence would lead to less cronyism, fewer economic distortions, and less regulation through the tax code. State governments, of course, violate these principles all the time. Who are the perpetrators? Those striving for bad tax policy represent an odd coalition of people who want to run your life, and people who simply want your money. Read full article

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D Brunori (16 April 2015) Taxing strip clubs, booze & e-cigs: arrogant & greedy team up to take your money [editorial]. Retrieved from http://tinyurl.com/l72jcxh

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