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Tuesday, January 20
 
These pols are madder than Howard Dean

South Euclid, Ohio can't assess $1.4 million in local income taxes on the $162 million lottery winner:

South Euclid city officials were stunned to learn that they can't collect $1.4 million in income taxes from the winning Mega Millions ticket since the city charter wasn't updated to include lottery winnings as taxable income.

"It's not a good day for the city," Mayor Georgine Welo said Monday. "We were all excited until we went to go for the money and learned that we are not entitled to it. We are very saddened by the news."




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