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I was reading on Wikipedia that after the infamous Johnstown flood, there was a drink tax imposed on alcoholic beverages. The funds were used to help flood victims up until the government/insurance companies/etc took over in later years, but the tax was never repealed. Why, and what is the money used for now?

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    NYC_Since_the_90s
    November 30, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    because it would be considered a tax break for the rich (since they buy expensive alcohol)

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