One of the most unusual tax battles in Philadelphia history has come to an end.
The Nutter administration has lost in its legal battle to tax lap dances performed in the back rooms of strip clubs.
The Nutter Administration raised eyebrows when officials tried to bring in a new source of revenue by taxing lap dances at strip clubs.
The Nutter administration earlier this year had sent tax bills in the hundreds of thousands of dollars to three gentlemen’s clubs, with city officials contending that the amusement tax applies to lap dances performed in back rooms.
A seventh person has come forward with allegations she was sexually abused by former Philadelphia Daily News sports columnist Bill Conlin.
Given the expiration long ago of any legal window to prosecute, this case basically plays itself out in the court of public opinion.
Hall of Fame sports columnist Bill Conlin, of the Daily News, retired abruptly Tuesday, after learning that the Philadelphia Inquirer was publishing a story containing allegations that he abused four children, including his niece, in the 1970’s.
Baseball Hall of Fame sports columnist Bill Conlin of the Philadelphia Daily News retired abruptly on Tuesday after learning that he’s been accused of molesting underage girls decades ago.