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Owners of NASCAR racetracks get $70 million tax breaks in fiscal cliff deal


American taxpayers aren't the only ones to rejoice at the news that U.S. lawmakers finally agreed to avoid the fiscal cliff. An unlikely beneficiary of the new legislation is NASCAR and its track owners, according to a report from Auto Week. Under the new deal, some of NASCAR's track owners will receive a $70 million break. International Speedway Corporation, a company ...
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