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Editorial Cartoon - Nov. 21, 2014

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Fee for all

A tax by any other name …

Our apologies to William Shakespeare, but like the Bard’s famous roses, the essence of a tax is clear no matter what name they go by.

Those other names may be surcharges, tariffs, levies or fees. Of course, they don’t smell as sweet as a rose. ...

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