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D.C. poised to rake in $42 million from 'sin taxes'

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The District is on pace to take in more than $42 million in so-called "sin taxes" during its fiscal year, a haul that would fall short of the city's record but still represents a sharp increase from its 2012 collections. Records from the city's chief financial officer show that the District collected nearly $15.2 million in cigarette taxes during the first five months of its fiscal year. By the...

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