‘Dodgy’ tax habit costing $1.5 billion

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The Stamp Act of January 1765 was a tax imposed on all kinds of paper in use, like various kinds of official documents used in court, harbors, land transactions, et cetera. The Act prescribed these documents had to be printed on paper carrying an official stamp [1]. This was seen as a tax on knowledge and information [2].

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Rapidly escalating pension costs and long-term borrowing to fund. balance of $1.5 billion in tax-supported debt, about triple what it was at the turn of. Kemper described the project as “a subsidy of the drinking habits of. Dallas is looking at more than $3 billion in pension liabilities, worsened by bad real.