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U.S. Supreme Court should stop California’s cash grab (access required)

Famous for treating its own citizens to crippling tax burdens, California has taken on a new hobby: trying to impose its high state taxes on individuals in other states as well. The state of Arizona is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case challenging California’s extraterritorial and extrajudicial seizures of funds from ...

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