Legislators in Nevada are taking a hard look at Burning Man, and wondering how to get in on the action. Currently, Burning Man is considered exempt from the state’s 5% live entertainment tax because it is considered an art festival and it is held outdoors. But lawmakers are crunching numbers and want a cut of the proceeds. Should Burning Man have to pay the tax, the state could get approximately $1.14 million. Read more about the controversy here.