17 J. St. Tax'n i (1998-1999)

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STATE
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SLETTER TO THE EDITOR
 LAWMAKER'S GUiDE TO
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* AN UPDATE ON CALIFORNIA'S
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JamesJohn Jurinski
*  FEDERAL TAX LAw CONFORMITY IN
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Gina Rodriquez and Chris Micheli
 INCOME TAX CREDITS AvAiLABLE TO
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Douglas M. Mueller
 APPORTIONMENT AND ALLOCATION
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