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Now on Day 389, the IRS Scandal Has Reached the Supreme Court of Brazil

Yes, TaxProf is still diligently counting the days:

Thiago Sorrentino was kind enough to let me know that the Supreme Court of Brazil (the Supremo Tribunal Federal) has cited my daily roundup on the IRS Scandal in Medida Cautelar NA Susepnsao De Tutela Antecipada (STA/752)

389 days of scandal? It seems like just yesterday we were on Day 388!

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