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The state Court of Appeals yesterday grappled with the question of whether an upstate adult entertainment club with exotic dancers was exempt from a sales tax because it qualified as a “dramatic or musical arts performance.” Nite Moves, near Albany, is challenging a $125,000 tax assessment levied against it on its admission charges and private dances, or “couch sales,” because it says the dances are tax-exempt under state tax law.
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