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in a unanimous decision, the justices reversed an Iowa Supreme Court ruling and held that Iowa’s graduated tax rate of 20% on racetrack slot machine adjusted revenues with an automatic rise over time to 36%, and a 20% tax on riverboat slot machine adjusted revenues with no rise in the tax, didn’t violate the equal protection clause because there was a rational basis for the difference in the tax rates. Fitzgerald v. Racing Association of Central Iowa, No. 02-695. Breyer wrote the opinion.

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