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U.S. Supreme Court’s Wynne Decision Calls New York’s Statutory Resident Scheme into Question

On May 18, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision inComptroller of the Treasury of Maryland v. Wynne. In short, the Court, in a five-to-four decision written by Justice Alito, handed the taxpayer a victory by holding that the county income tax portion of Maryland’s personal income tax scheme violated the dormant U.S. 1,319 more words

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Comptroller of Maryland v. Wynne

WHAT HAPPENED: The Wynnes are Maryland residents whose business requires them to pay taxes in multiple states. The Comptroller of Maryland is the agency that collects taxes. 270 more words

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THE PROS AND CONS OF IT REDUX

THE PROS AND CONS OF IT
Posted by rezinate on July 7, 2012

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As it stands Congress is basically in charge of “Indian Policy”-it is they who author legislation and manipulate treaties under what is referred to as the Commerce Clause in the Constitution. 813 more words

ABROGATION-THE COMMERCE CLAUSE-AND SOVEREIGNTY REDUX

ABROGATION-THE COMMERCE CLAUSE-AND SOVEREIGNTY
Posted by rezinate on March 15, 2012

https://rezinate.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/abrogation-the-commerce-clause-and-sovereignty/

The subject of treaties and the rights which they afford has become a convoluted mess. 1,274 more words

"The Supreme Court At Stake": Overturning Obamacare Would Change The Nature Of The Supreme Court

In the first Affordable Care Act case three years ago, the Supreme Court had to decide whether Congress had the power, under the Commerce Clause or some other source of authority, to require individuals to buy health insurance. 2,123 more words

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Marijuana and the Supremacy Clause

There is a growing movement to legalize marijuana in America. Three states – Colorado, Oregon, and Washington – have passed laws, via ballot measures, permitting the sale and possession of marijuana. 1,036 more words