LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Every Olympic athlete dreams of winning a gold medal, but when they get back home, the euphoria of winning may only last until tax time.
That's because that athlete has to pay taxes on the medal and the monetary bonus they get for winning.
After winning gold, the athlete also earns a $25,000 honorarium. Silver gets $15,000 and bronze wins $10,000.
Our C-block question today is it fair for the country to tax this stuff since they are representing us? One Republican lawmaker says it's not.
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