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November 27, 2022

Footnotes: Naked Day at Boehner’s; Some non-$500 Million Lotto News; Polling Tax Profs | 11.27.12

Three Arrested After Nude Protest in Boehner’s Office [WSJ]

HP-Autonomy: A Red-Ink Bath for Everyone [Re:Balance]

Raising Corporate Taxes Is Good, not Bad, for Jobs [HBR]

Former SC lotto accountant charged with embezzlement [TS]

Tax Prof Poll: Taxes and the Fiscal Cliff Two professors don't see anything happening. Ever. [TaxProf]

Woman Jailed For Attacking Beau Over Bad Sex Raquel Gonzalez, 24, was arrested Monday afternoon for felony domestic battery and booked into the Manatee County lockup, where bail has not been set. […] According to a Manatee County Sheriff’s Office report, Gonzalez and Esric Davis, 30, are “boyfriend and girlfriend who live in the same home and are involved in a sexual relationship.” Deputies noted that Davis and Gonzalez were “involved in sexual intercourse” when “Esric then climaxed and Raquel did not.” Which reportedly angered Gonzalez, who allegedly “began hitting and scratching [Davis], causing scratches near his eye and nose.” [TSG]

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