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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Kay Bell
"You'll hear grumblings," said Kay Bell, a tax analyst at Bankrate.com. "People who were shopping simply to get the tax savings obviously aren't going to get that. So they probably will look around and see if they can get what they want in person instead of online."
That puts an unfair burden on consumers who prefer to go into the store, Ms. Bell said.