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Cook County Takes A Shot At 10-Cent-A-Bullet Tax

Thursday, February 8, 2007

What could be the nation's first tax on bullets is being floated as a way to help balance Cook County's budget. Commissioner Roberto Maldonado wants to slap a 10-cent-a-bullet tax on those buying ammunition in the county.

Read Original at: Chicago Sun-Times

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