One of the most unusual tax battles in Philadelphia history has come to an end.
The Nutter Administration’s attempt to slap a tax on lap dances performed at strip clubs falls squarely into the lap of a Common Pleas judge this morning.
The great Philadelphia lap dance tax battle is firmly underway. Three strip clubs are challenging the mayor’s plan to slap a tax on lap dances.
The Nutter Administration’s controversial decision to start taxing lap dances at gentleman’s clubs will be challenged this week by the club at the start of what could be a lengthy legal battle.
La Salle University is investigating a business school seminar last month during which strippers allegedly gave lap dances to students.