Friday, January 5, 2018
- Democrats In High-Tax States Plot To Blunt Impact Of New Tax Law
- Tax Profs Weigh In On Potential State Lawsuits To Block Repeal Of The State & Local Tax Deduction
- Josh Blackman (South Texas), Is the Tax Bill Unconstitutional Because It Treats Blue States Unfairly?
- Brian Galle (Georgetown), State Responses to New Limits on the State & Local Tax Deduction: Evaluating the Options
- Brian Galle (Georgetown), SALT Substitutes: A Replacement Payroll Tax?
- Brian Galle (Georgetown), State SALT Fixes, Part III: Payroll Tax & Credit
- Andy Grewal (Iowa), Can States Game the Republican Tax Bill with the Charitable Contribution Strategy?
- Daniel Hemel (Chicago), Repeal of the SALT Deduction for Income Taxes Might Not Raise a Cent
- Daniel Hemel (Chicago), State Payroll Tax Shift Stands on Solid Legal Ground
- Darien Shanske (UC-Davis), Another Way the Empire [State] Can Strike Back
- ABA Journal, Does Tax Bill Violate the Constitution by Treating Residents of High-tax States Differently?
- American Spectator, To Put It Charitably, California’s Tax Idea Is Nuts
- Bloomberg, New York State to Sue U.S. Over GOP Tax Bill: Cuomo
- The Economist, How States May Try to Circumvent Republicans’ Tax Reform
- The Nation, The GOP Tax Bill Was a Deliberate Attack on Blue States—And California Plans to Fight Back; Here Are Some Creative Ways for Blue States to Resist the GOP Power Grab
- New York Times editorial, Can States Fix the G.O.P. Tax Law?
- Wall Street Journal, Gov. Cuomo Plans to Sue Over New Federal Tax Law
- Washington Post, California Looks For Ways Around Federal Tax Changes
- Washington Post, Cuomo Says New York Will Sue Over GOP Tax Law