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State Net Capitol Journal – September 3, 2012
Posted on 6 Sep 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes LA LOOKING TO COLLECT ON OUTSTANDING DEBTS: The government of Louisiana is owed more than $1.5 billion by businesses, municipalities and others. And last month, a trio of financial experts offered the state advice on how it should... Read More

Caplin & Drysdale: District of Columbia Alters Treatment of Municipal Bond Interest
Posted on 14 Dec 2011 by Caplin and Drysdale

By Beth Kaufman , Lucy Lee and Michael Pfeifer Effective January 1, 2012, the District of Columbia will no longer exempt the income on municipal bonds issued by all municipalities. Income from the following bonds will continue to be tax exempt for... Read More

State Net Capitol Journal -- February 20th, 2012
Posted on 21 Feb 2012 by State Net

Budget & Taxes SODA TAXES FIZZLE: Two years ago, when concern over obesity, especially among children, had states from California to New York debating excise taxes on soft drinks, it appeared as though they might become the new sin taxes of choice... Read More

  • Blog Post: Caplin & Drysdale: District of Columbia Alters Treatment of Municipal Bond Interest

    By Beth Kaufman , Lucy Lee and Michael Pfeifer Effective January 1, 2012, the District of Columbia will no longer exempt the income on municipal bonds issued by all municipalities. Income from the following bonds will continue to be tax exempt for D.C. tax purposes: Bonds issued by the District...
  • Blog Post: State Net Capitol Journal -- February 20th, 2012

    Budget & Taxes SODA TAXES FIZZLE: Two years ago, when concern over obesity, especially among children, had states from California to New York debating excise taxes on soft drinks, it appeared as though they might become the new sin taxes of choice and follow the pattern of alcohol and cigarette taxes...
  • Blog Post: State Net Capitol Journal – September 3, 2012

    Budget & Taxes LA LOOKING TO COLLECT ON OUTSTANDING DEBTS: The government of Louisiana is owed more than $1.5 billion by businesses, municipalities and others. And last month, a trio of financial experts offered the state advice on how it should go about collecting on that debt. Shawn Romero...