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2012 ALEC-Laffer Report Strikes Familiar Theme
Posted on 13 Apr 2012 by Peter Miller

The just-released 5 th edition of Rich States, Poor States , the American Legislative Exchange Council's (ALEC) report on economic competitiveness of the states, reaches familiar conclusions shadowing those set forth in preceding editions: How the... Read More

Click-Through Nexus Struck Down in Illinois
Posted on 2 May 2012 by Sean Craig

As state tax policy has continued trying to keep up with the evolving changing of our nation's economy, one key issue has been the proper means of subjecting Internet-based retail transactions to state level sales & use taxation. Following the... Read More

  • Blog Post: 2012 ALEC-Laffer Report Strikes Familiar Theme

    The just-released 5 th edition of Rich States, Poor States , the American Legislative Exchange Council's (ALEC) report on economic competitiveness of the states, reaches familiar conclusions shadowing those set forth in preceding editions: How the 50 states, described in the report as "laboratories...
  • Blog Post: Click-Through Nexus Struck Down in Illinois

    As state tax policy has continued trying to keep up with the evolving changing of our nation's economy, one key issue has been the proper means of subjecting Internet-based retail transactions to state level sales & use taxation. Following the 2008 enactment of a click-through nexus law in New...