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How state treasuries have fared since Supreme Court ruling on online sales tax

by Erika Beras Jun 21, 2019
Most online sales were exempt — until the justices said they weren't.
Packages rush by on a conveyor belt at a FedEx sort facility in Oakland, California.
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State tax revenue takes a hit from SALT cap

by Andy Uhler Feb 5, 2019
The 2017 tax reform law put a cap on how much state and local taxes Americans can deduct on their federal tax returns. Now states are beginning to feel the pinch of reduced tax revenue because many people are moving…
Governor of New York State Andrew Cuomo speaks on stage at the HELP USA 30th Anniversary Event at The Plaza Hotel on March 16, 2017 in New York City.
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Nevada’s "tampon tax" ballot initiative brings up questions about fairness and gender equality

by Jana Kasperkevic Nov 1, 2018
Women voters are thinking beyond their own wallets when heading to polls this November.
Las Vegas Strip-themed "I Voted" stickers are displayed on the first day of early voting at the Meadows Mall on Oct. 20, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 
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States sue over SALT: Here's what you need to know

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 17, 2018
It's about your taxes.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) speaks on tax reform as Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and other congressional Republicans listen during a press event in 2017 at the Capitol.
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States and cities that raise tolls and taxes may get a leg up for federal infrastructure money

by Jed Kim Apr 27, 2018
What’s that old saying? You’ve got to spend money to make money? The U.S. Department of Transportation is trying a variant on that when it comes to funding road and bridge improvements. It’s tripled the amount of money in what’s…

With the tax bill signed, a fight with hard-hit states begins

by Ryan Kailath Jan 10, 2018
California and New Jersey are exploring the use of charitable contributions to offset taxes.
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Could tax reform lead to millionaire tax flight?

by Jana Kasperkevic Nov 21, 2017
Local politicians worry that eliminating state and local tax deductions could send the rich packing.
A U-Haul truck sits in front of a U-Haul store in Morton Grove, Illinois.
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How tax withholding became the norm for American workers

by Adriene Hill Jul 31, 2017
Not everyone thinks automatic deductions for state and federal taxes are a good idea.
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Illinois faces sudden drop in state tax

by Nova Safo Jan 2, 2015
Temporary tax increases expire, reducing Illinois revenue amid budget shortfalls.