Los Angeles may have to pay $92.5 million to settle a lawsuit over a city telephone tax, the Los Angeles Times reports. The case dates back nine years and stems from a taxpayer’s lawsuit in which he accused the city of illegally collecting a telephone users tax on services that were not subject taxation. Local taxpayers, including individuals and businesses, as well as lawyers stand to benefit from the settlement.
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