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September 5, 2006
State Tax Notes Publishes 15th Anniversary Issue

Falls Church, VAState Tax Notes, a weekly magazine and the premier publication for state-related tax news and analysis, celebrates 15 years with the publication of today’s issue.

As with every issue, the magazine that arrived at subscribers’ doorsteps today provides blanket coverage of legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments in tax policy from Maine to Hawaii, as well as analyses and opinion pieces on cutting-edge issues. This issue includes an essay on changes in tax practice over the last 15 years by Peter Faber, a partner with McDermott, Will & Emery, along with essays by tax experts on restraints on state taxing powers, on the benefits of sales tax systems, and on other key tax-related issues in the states.

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