15 J. St. Tax'n i (1996-1997)

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JOURNAL
of
STATE
TAXATION
Editor: James T. Collins
Lawrence G. Regner
Executive in Residence
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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SUMMER 1996

 EDITOR'S NOTE
*  MICHIGAN REFORMS THE SINGLE
BUSINESS TAX TO EXPORT MORE
OF THE BURDEN
Edward S. Kisscorni
 NExUs UPDATE: TRENDS IN STATE
ADOPTION OF GEOFFREY STANDARDS
Kimberly Galligan Key and
James K Smith
 NExus QUESONNmIRES:
CURRENT ISSUES
Paul k Kahan
* OPTIONAL COMBINED REPORTING
Sean-Paul Chiniquy
* ANALYSIS OF THE KEMP COMMISSION
REPORT
RobertM. Kozub
*  MAIL-ORDER VENDORS AND USE
TAxEs: Is SUPREME COURT REVIEW
NECESSARY?
Joseph R? Guardino
CURRENT TAX DEVELOPMENTS
RobertM. Kozub
PENSION UPDATE
Joseph iR Guardino
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