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In Addition to VLTs and Tobacco Money, One More Problem for Gov. Strickland’s Patchwork Budget is…

August 18, 2009 at 11:13 am Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

the unconstitutional application of the Taft/Householder-created CAT tax to food.

Here is the relevant amendment which makes such a tax unconstitutional. And make no mistake- a CAT tax, which is a tax on receipts, most certainly is a sales tax, even though AG Rich Cordray is put in the ridiculous position of having to argue otherwise.

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  1. Jhonny Whosted
    August 18th, 2009 at 18:26 | #1

    Never forget Absentee State Sentator Jon Husted's support of the CAT!

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