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Friday, January 5, 2018

More On State Resistance To The New Federal Tax Law

Trump ResistanceFollowng up on yesterday's posts:

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http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2018/01/more-on-state-resistance-to-the-new-federal-tax-law.html

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My blog thoughts: I just wrote up some notes on the idea of using donation credits to get around nondeductibiltiy of state and local income taxes. See http://rasmusen.dreamhosters.com/b/2018/01/why-the-idea-of-state-tax-credits-and-donations-replacing-deductibility-wont-work-and-how-to-fix-that/

Posted by: Eric Rasmusen | Jan 4, 2018 1:25:39 PM

No one seems to be thinking, what will happen if there is a liberal president again, and people decide to "resist" her?

Posted by: mike livingston | Jan 5, 2018 2:04:44 AM

Let me answer the question in the title of the Josh Blackman article with another question .. how does it treat blue states unfairly? The premise in the title betrays a serious lack of legal reasoning.

Posted by: ruralcounsel | Jan 5, 2018 4:01:59 AM

rc -- reasoning, legal or otherwise, has nothing to do with it.

Posted by: Mike Petrik | Jan 5, 2018 5:44:55 PM

And so the unravelling of our democracy proceeds apace.

Posted by: Jack Stuhlmann | Jan 5, 2018 11:15:12 PM

Why don't we just call the Resistance by its proper name: Nullification

Posted by: mike livingston | Jan 7, 2018 7:20:27 AM