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Tax News. I think this has unspoken, broader intent.

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    Currently, the IRS has to prove a prostitute s or pimp s income to pursue a tax law violation. But under Grassley s proposal, a pimp could get up to 10 years
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 28, 2006
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      Currently, the IRS has to prove a prostitute's or pimp's income to
      pursue a tax law violation. But under Grassley's proposal, a pimp could
      get up to 10 years in prison for each prostitute for whom the pimp
      hasn't filed a W-2, which means a pimp caught with 10 unregistered
      prostitutes faces a century in prison.
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