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Quirk in Senate Rules Could Kill Newman's Own

The food company Paul Newman gave to his charitable foundation months before his death in 2008 may have been doomed by a quirk in Senate regulations. The tax overhaul recently passed by the Senate included a measure that would have spared Newman's Own a crushing 200% tax, but it has...
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