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Taxing Questions in Texas and Florida

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Taxing Questions in Texas and Florida

Taxing Questions in Texas and Florida

Taxing Questions in Texas and Florida

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Two laws being contemplated in two of the nation's largest states draw Scott Simon's attention. Texas is considering a snack tax to fund education. But what constitutes a snack? Florida's legislature is pondering a tax on toilet tissue to pay for sewer systems and wastewater treatment.

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