RAWA Bill Dies Amid Crypto Tax Disagreement

It was known as the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, and it was the first major conservation bill that had traction since 1973. Its $1.7 billion annual funding was to be covered by closing a loophole that allowed crypto exchanges to escape taxes typically paid on other investments like stocks and bonds. Get the full story from Zachary Seward writing at Quartz.

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Zachary M. Seward, Quartz


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