Vol. 71, No. 4 - Summer 2018


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Vol. 71, No. 4 (Summer 2018)

State and Local Tax Edition



An Examination of Unclaimed Property Laws after the Adoption of RUUPA: Suggestions for Continued Advancement
The American Bar Association Section of Taxation, State and Local Taxes Committee
Full Article   |   Abstract

Tax Reform in a “World Without Chevron”: Will Tax Regulations Withstand the Review of Justice Gorsuch?
Niki Ford
Full Article   |   Abstract

The Connecticut Municipal Property Tax: Its Roots and Branches
Dan M. Smolnik
Full Article   |   Abstract


Taxation of Autonomous Vehicles in Cities and States
Stephen Ratner
Full Article   |   Abstract


Volume 71, Numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4


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