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The Star-Tribune article about the proposed so-called 'pole tax' is an advance story for a local meeting.

The reporter discovered the meeting topic through public record as the Minneapolis City Council is slated to meet on the issue next month.

The story's main source is Susan Segal, Minneapolis' city attorney who proposed the bill. Much of the story content is in reference to Segal's proposal idea on an increased tax for venues offering nude entertainment.

Another source is a local attorney Randall Tigue who often represents strip clubs. This gives readers a glimpse at the other side of the story.

The story also uses other council members as sources to express third party opinions.

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