Do you see the meal tax as a positive or ineffective revenue builder and is it affecting your dining options?

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    Do you see the meal tax as a positive or ineffective revenue builder and is it affecting your dining options?

    Wellesley has netted more than $600,000 in new revenue since the town adopted a local option tax on meals served in restaurants, according to figures released by state revenue officials. Read more. 
     
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    Re: Do you see the meal tax as a positive or ineffective revenue builder and is it affecting your dining options?

    A small tax, when dorected to local coffers is a good thing.  As much as I dislike more taxes.

    Our bigger problems are what Deval has in store for us.  We are all going to have a lot less money in our pockets so the govenor can spend, spend, spend.  Is the Gov related to Obama?

     
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