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Phoenix City Council considers imposing food tax

• Arizona Republic
Phoenix leaders appear to be coalescing behind a food tax to help fill the city's budget gap, which they learned this week had mushroomed to $245 million.
At least six of the nine City Council members told The Arizona Republic they support or at least are open to the idea of a sales tax on food items purchased at grocery stores and other retailers.

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Comment by Anonymous
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People pay taxes through the natural process of day to day living, but these political clowns apparently don't understand that if people don't eat they die - and if they die they don't pay ANY taxes at all. 

Suggestion to nut-zo politicians:  You want money to pay the bills?  STOP SPENDING MORE THAN YOU'RE TAKING IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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