||Drug dealers pay new 'crack tax'
A US state's tax on drug dealers has brought in nearly $2 million in its first year.
Tennessee's so-called 'Crack Tax' came into effect last January, reports the Sun-Sentinel.
Under the scheme, drug dealers are expected to pay taxes on illegal drugs and alcohol.
They pay confidentially, and when they do, they get a stamp.
If they're caught without the stamp, they'll be prosecuted for tax evasion, as well as drug dealing.
All money made from the stamps goes to fighting drugs.