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A proposal to include feminine hygiene products during Tennessee’s sales tax holiday faces resistance from lawmakers concerned about the lack of a limit on those purchases.Years ago, I found myself sitting in law school in Moot Court wearing an oversized itchy blue suit. It was a horrible experience. In a desperate attempt to avoid anything … Read More Years ago, I found myself sitting in law school in Moot Court wearing an oversized itchy blue suit. It was a horrible experience. In a desperate attempt to avoid anything like that in the future, I enrolled in a tax course. I loved it. I signed up for another. Before I knew it, in addition to my JD, I earned an LL.M Taxation. While at law school, I interned at the estates attorney division of the IRS. At IRS, I participated in the review and audit of federal estate tax returns. At one such audit, opposing counsel read my report, looked at his file and said,"Gentlemen, she’s exactly right." I nearly fainted. It was a short jump from there to practicing, teaching, writing and breathing tax. Just like that, Taxgirl® was born. Read Less Read more: ForbesWomen
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Some Experts Worry as a Germ-Phobic Trump Confronts a Growing EpidemicWASHINGTON -- When an outbreak of the Ebola virus touched the United States&39; shores in mid-2014, Donald Trump was still a private citizen. But he had strong opinions about how America should act.Trump, who has spoken openly about his phobia of germs, closely followed the epidemic, and offered angry If Karma works. 'Some experts'. Greta Thunberg? What an effing joke. And you call yourselves a News site?
Some Experts Worry as a Germ-Phobic Trump Confronts a Growing EpidemicDuring the 2014 Ebola outbreak, Donald Trump called for draconian measures like denying the return of American medical workers who contracted the disease in Africa. Now public heath experts are worried about how he'll handle the coronavirus as president. Wow hope you can again do it for World It's not just experts who are worried! Breaking: Orange Man Bad!
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Moderates Worry Klobuchar Splitting People-Who-Will-Vote-For-Anybody VoteNEW YORK—Noting that the Minnesota senator could be a potential “spoiler at the convention,” FiveThiryEight released a report Wednesday finding that moderate Democrats were worried Amy Klobuchar could split the crucial people-who-will-vote-for-anybody vote. “Klobuchar has a real path to the nomination if she can lock down this constituency of voters who just kind of support anyone whose name they heard recently,” said editor-in-chief Nate Silver, referring to the demographic as the Democratic party’s most consistent voting base. “We all expected Biden to consolidate this group, but he has surprisingly struggled to connect with people who don’t really want to consider why they’re casting a vote. Instead, it’s Klobuchar who looks to be the one speaking to their issues—which are vague and ill-defined. She’s definitely an appealing choice for Democrats who blindly vote for any random candidate with a ‘D’ next to their name.” The report concluded by citing Hilary Clinton’s stronghold over the voting block on her path to the 2016 nomination. amyklobuchar amyklobuchar Nailed it. We don't care who - just so long as they ain't orange. amyklobuchar
Joe Biden Says He’s Just Getting Started. Others Worry He’s Done.It’s hard to spin fifth place, but the former vice president is putting on a brave face as panic sets in for his campaign’s future. A troubled Iowa caucus and a nearly all white vote in NH seems a bit early to call. The Future of Vanity Fair is also uncertain :)