Daley says the city taxed the PSL's when they were first issued back in 2002 and the city has a right to tax the ones that have been resold since then.
"They're flipping it. They start selling these licenses. That's all you're doing. In other words, I bought it for $1,000 I sold it for $5,000. That's all they're doing. So we caught them," said Daley.
Five people who bought PSL's from other ticket holders have filed a class action lawsuit against the city. They claim taxing them amounts to double taxation because the original owners already paid the amusement tax.