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Schock: Don't Tax Olympians' Winnings

America's hunkiest Congressman, Aaron Schock (R-18th), and his six-pack want to pull Olympic winnings off the tax rolls. Schock introduced a bill last week that would make prize money and medals won by U.S. Olympic athletes tax exempt. [ more › ]
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