Law360 (December 23, 2020, 6:56 PM EST) -- As the novel coronavirus pandemic raged this year, affecting everyday life for businesses and employees in profound ways, the state and local tax world saw significant policies rise and fall, whether related to the pandemic or not.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan in May vetoed what would have been the nation's first tax on digital advertising sold by large online companies like Google and Facebook. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
Caught in the pandemic's eddy were a tangle of remote working tax issues, proposals for taxing digital advertising and data and attempts by local entities to expand business taxes.
Here, Law360 highlights some of...
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