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USA-TAXES/TOBACCO
RTX13CM0
8 Sep. 2013
Jean Wood sits in front of a cigarette-rolling machine... more
USA-TAXES/TOBACCO
RTX13CM0
8 Sep. 2013
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Jean Wood sits in front of a cigarette-rolling machine that she is no longer allowed to operate after a federal raid on the Butt's Tobacco store, that she owns with her husband Larry in a strip mall, south of Seattle July 24, 2013. The Woods were not aware that a federal children's health law had inadvertently turbocharged their discount-cigarette business, and they didn't know that a federal highway law would decimate it. The story of the hundreds of "roll your own" cigarette retail operations that briefly flourished across the United States illustrates how seemingly minor elements of complex legislation can upend established industries, and the difficulty of closing tax loopholes. Picture taken July 24, 2013. To match Insight USA-TAXES/TOBACCO REUTERS/Andy Sullivan (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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