19 J. St. Tax'n [i] (2000-2001)

handle is hein.journals/jrnsttax19 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME' 9, NUMBER I
JOURNAL
of
STATE
TAXATION
Editor: James T. Collins
Executive Director,
Deloitte & Touche Multistate
Tax Center at the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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SUMMER 2000

*  EDITOR'S NOTE
  READOPTION OF JOYCE IN
HUFFYAFFECTS THE SALES
FACTOR DETERMINATION
OF UNITARY BUSINESSES
IN CALIFORNIA
Robert M. Kozub
 STATE CHALLENGES TO RELATED
PARTY TRANSACTIONS
CONTINUE TO RISE
Craig B. Fields
*  CURRENT STATE SALES AND USE
TAx DEVELOPMENTS
ARIZONA AND PENNSYLVANIA
Robb Eperijesy
COLORADO AND MICHIGAN
Crystal LaPlante
CONNECTICUT AND TENNESSEE
Tami Wurtinger
INDIANA AND WASHINGTON
Mark Soltys
KENTUCKY AND OHIO
Kelly S. V Yee
OKIAHOMA AND WISCONSIN
Warren S. Yan
ALABAMA AND TEXAS
Tim Satran
* GUIDE TO STATE CORPORATE
INCOME TAX APPORTIONMENT-
PART I
James K Smith
PUBLICATION POLICIES AND
INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
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