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Lunch Links: Beer Tax Cut Off to Spirited Start in Senate; Mobile Workforce Bill Also on Senate Agenda; Nevada Taxpayers Cite Concerns with Proposed Stadium Tax; Nebraska Lawmakers Take Sides on Marijuana Debate

Today is September 27, the date Google has decided is its birthday. Happy birthday, Google! Here are some interesting links I came across: Debate Night: Taxes came up. My colleague Scott Greenberg is writing an analysis that will be posted today. (Tax Foundation) Majority of Senate Signs on to Beer Tax Cut: Sens. Joni Ernst (R-IA) and Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) became the 50th and 51st senators to support an effort to reduce the federal beer excise tax from its current range per barrel of $7 to $18.
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