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I don't understand why everyone (in the article) is raising such a big fuss about this. It's the same process as the IRS is already using -- the taxpayer pays the fee.

As to wiping out taxes on plastic through bankruptcy, this has been done for years. The only difference is that you used to need an extra step -- cash advance on credit card, then payment to gov't. Now you can do it directly.

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