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April 1, 2008
Texas "Pole Tax" on Strip Club Patrons Ruled Unconstitutional
The Houston Chronicle reports that a state district judge has ruled Texas's $5-per-customer pole tax unconstitutional. For prior TaxProf Blog coverage, see here. (Hat Tip: Ira Sheppard.)
Update #1: PrawfsBlawg has much more here.
Update #2: The opinion is here.
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