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Could An Email Tax Eliminate Spam?

Gordon Wozniak, a California-based city councilman has taken a lot of criticism for his recent proposal to tax email. His argument that an email tax could held finance the post office has come across as out of touch. However, Los Angeles Times political columnist George Skelton, has defended the Berkeley councilman's position, arguing that a tax on email would cost very little to users and would help consumers manage overflowing inboxes and could even help to eliminate spam.

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