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Having you thought about simplifying the message
Isn't this really just a move from income tax towards a resource based tax? Why should those having exclusive use of resources get a tax free benefit, while all the hard working people provide the tax? Surely this policy just tries to find a balance between resource and income tax to ensure no particular group in society is gaining at the expense of others?
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