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January 30, 2023

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Porn Stars Offer Free BJs to Miami Heat Fans, Cause NBA Lawyers To Stand At Attention [ATL]

Romney Says He’ll Release 2011 Tax Return When It’s Ready [Bloomberg]

Free the Puppies, Tax a Millionaire The right-wing radio hosts say the call for higher taxes is a socialist plot. There are a few delusional politicians who'd like to redistribute wealth for the sake of redistributing wealth. They're the ones with Red Army hats in their closets from college. But most politicians calling for higher taxes aren't delusional lefties. Rather, their goals are much more nefarious. They'd like to take your money and give it to their friends. [David Brunori]

My Power Company Failed for Seven Days And Will Charge Me For Not Powering My House [Gawker]

Duke Energy’s Chief Defends Abrupt Dismissal of His Predecessor [DealBook]

Air Jordan and the 1% [WSJ]

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