Philadelphia's lap dance tax under review
PHILADELPHIA - July 23, 2013 (WPVI) -- Philadelphia's tax review board heard information Tuesday about the city's proposed lap dance tax.
It's a controversial push to charge gentlemen's clubs under the city's longstanding "amusement tax."
But clubs like Delilah's and Club Risque say patrons already pay a tax in their cover charge and that it's double taxation.
They're threatening to file suit if the board agrees with the city.
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